From the beginning they were refugees: Jews, Christians, Muslims, children of Europe and the Middle East. They packed bags bound for freedom hoping that safety, opportunity, and future generations of tolerance would be their American legacy . . . or was their journey to be a mere transplant from a place they had known to yet another bit of troubled earth, and would their children cling to the old or embrace the new.
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Published July 20, 2010
Religion & Spirituality, Literature & Fiction, Parenting & Relationships.