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We’ll (Sorta) Miss You, Mamele

In this week’s Forward, Alana Newhouse gleefully (and righteously) dispenses with that most stale of cultural stereotypes: The Jewish Mother. Check out her great essay/obit.

Always a good thing when an odious, obsolete, outworn, offensive cliche bites the dust. (Ooooh, so many "o" words, but not an "overbearing" to be found!)

 

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