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The Detroit Jewish News, 2012-11-01

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$2.00 NOV.1-7 2012 / 16-22 CHESHVAN 5773

A JEWISH RENAISSANCE MEDIA PUBLICATION

theJEWISHNEWS.com

» A Daughter's Reflections Jordan Zaslow to pay tribute
to her late father, author Jeffrey Zaslow, at Jewish Book Fair. See
page 8.

» Merry Band Of Mentshes

at TEDx Detroit. See page 10.

DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

metro

Inspiration comes standard

» Person On The Street How others in the Jewish
community are voting. See page 48.

Remember to vote Nov. 6.

» cover story

JCC's Annu
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ADL At 1

Anti-Semitism battle
not over yet.

Bill Carroll I Contributing Writer

lmost 100 years after a Jewish factory super-
intendent was lynched in the South by a
mob of anti-Semites, the nation's premier
fighter of Jew-haters, the Anti-Defamation League
(ADL), bloodied a bit by the recession, is alive and
doing pretty well while still battling for justice and
fair treatment for everyone.
"After all, the real goal of the ADL is to go out of
business, isn't it?" Betsy Kellman asks rhetorically.

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