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Heir to an Execution: feeling out the shades of gray

Julianne Greco ’12 The Rosenberg case remains one of the most famous cases in the United States of alleged espionage and possible government conspiracy during the Red Scare. In her documentary Heir to an Execution, Ivy Meeropol, granddaughter of Julius … Continue reading

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Execution in the Heir

By Rafael Sternbach ’12 Ivy Meeropol’s Heir to an Execution was a fascinating take on one of the most debated moments in the twentieth century, the trial of Julius and Ethel Rosenberg. Because of her familial perspective, I was originally skeptical … Continue reading

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