Wednesday, September 28, 2011

Life At 10 Monroe, 1940's

Before it was explained as to why there were so many people living at either 10 or 40 Monroe Street in 1946, it was sad to learn of the Ethel's experience with her building neighbors. Many of those names were the parents of friends' families I knew and I wouldn't have thought they would have been un-neighborly, regardless of political convictions. But then again, the witch hunt was in full force. The above excerpt is from Radosh and Milton's  Rosenberg book.

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