One American Dream: A Family History by Bernard Beck

The only thing Jack Rubin ever wanted was to be a real American.

A Jewish immigrant from Poland, he arrives in New York City in the late 1800s and begins his American journey by pulling himself up by the bootstraps.

But his success doesn’t satisfy him, and when he struggles while raising a headstrong daughter through the roaring twenties, he feels like a failure.

Only when he finds himself helping those less fortunate during the Great Depression does Jack realize that he’s been a real American all along.

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