A career of pricking consciences
Rubenstein is undaunted, even under fire from his fellow Jews
Joshua Rubenstein traces his career as a thorn in the side of authority to spring of his freshman year at Columbia University.
“I was part of the student demonstrations,” said Rubenstein of the Vietnam-era protest. “I occupied one building for six nights. Thankfully I was not arrested.”
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