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"Beyond Never Again: How the Holocaust Speaks to Us Today"

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    Consists of one essay entitled "Beyond Never Again--How the Holocaust Speaks to Us Today," written by Edwin Goldstein after he attended a course on Chabad Lubavitch Hassidic Response to the Holocaust, which was taught by Rabbi Yisroel Mangel, whose father is a Holocaust survivor. In the essay, Mr. Goldstein reflects on the role of religious faith during the Holocaust, the Judaic tradition of challenging God, and the lessons learned from the Holocaust about the role of the individual within a community.
    inclusive:  2011
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    United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Collection, Gift of Edwin Goldstein

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    Edwin Goldstein donated this essay to the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum in 2012.
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