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Charles R. Bronfman
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A few weeks into our annual summerlong stay at our home in Jerusalem, my wife, Andy, and I became honorary citizens of this extraordinary city -- the first North American Jews to be so honored. It was a tremendously humbling moment in a summer of emotional ups and downs. We have many...