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Beloved but controversial rabbi is the focus for first-time filmmaker

By Michael Paulson
Globe Staff / November 9, 2006

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Famous and lonely. Traditional and modern. Beloved and controversial. Rabbi Joseph B. Soloveitchik , the long time Brookline resident who was widely considered the intellectual leader of modern Orthodoxy, is, 13 years after his death, simultaneously one of the most revered and least understood figures in American Jewish history. (Full article: 711 words)

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