By Bernard Beck
The merely factor Jack Rubin ever sought after used to be to be a true American. A Jewish immigrant from Poland, he arrives in long island urban within the overdue 1800s and starts off his American trip by way of pulling himself up by means of the bootstraps. yet his luck does not fulfill him, and while he struggles whereas elevating a headstrong daughter during the roaring twenties, he seems like a failure. merely whilst he reveals himself supporting these much less lucky through the nice melancholy does Jack become aware of that he is been a true American all along.
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One American Dream: A Family History by Bernard Beck