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Did Alzheimer’s Turn My Husband Into an Anti-Semite?

I thought we had aced the interfaith marriage thing — was I wrong?

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Plenty of Jews who “marry out” ask their new partners to convert. I wasn’t one of them. Yet, I’m deep-in-the-bone and dyed-in-the-wool Jewish. My parents were card carrying Zionists from the Midwest who’d met…

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