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The Bintele Brief was in the Forward?
In the Forward.
And your father read the Forward?
My father read the Forward. I remember him reading the
morning Journal, not the Tag, which was more conservative, but he
read the Forward, I remember, on weekends because they had the
roto-gravure section, I remember. We all looked at that because when
my brothers graduated from high school and I carried it around in my
wallet for many, many years, their pictures were in there.
From graduation. But never the?
No. Not during this period. Later on my father became very
political in his interests, later on, not in reacting to what we were
doing, but not during this period. My father went through various
periods of being completely agnostic to very religious, that kind of
thing. My father was also a very cynical person. “Ah, politicians. Ah,
Okay. You went to high school. It's confusing to me.
I went to high school. I graduated from high school at the age
Graduated high school at sixteen?
So you went to high school when you were twelve.
Maybe I was between sixteen, seventeen. I graduated in June
So you were almost seventeen. You were seventeen.
So you went when you were almost thirteen.
Right. I went to junior high one year and then I went to high
All the things that we've been talking about are sort of merged a
Yes, it's hard. They slip around.
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