Jewish World Review March 4, 1999/ 16 Adar, 5759

The Promised Land: The Continuing Story of Jewish Life in the Diaspora, by Jordan B. Gorfinkel

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New York City cartoonist and comics maven Jordan B. Gorfinkel aspires to "refrigerator-door" status.

©1998, Jordan B. Gorfinkel