September 20, 2018

Bill Boyarsky

The roots of modern Jewish conservative politics in Los Angeles were planted in the San Fernando Valley suburbs by Arnold L. Steinberg.
While reporting on the current generation of immigrants, I’ve been struck by how they resemble Jews who, like them, took a risky journey to the U.S.
In November 1943, June Sale, a UCLA student, was part of a demonstration at Poly High against Gerald L.K. Smith, the most prominent anti-Semite of the time.
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