The Rabbi's Daughter: The Long, Historic Journey of Hadassah Lieberman
Clemetson, Lynette, Newsweek
As the sun set over her Georgetown home two weeks ago, Hadassah Lieberman prepared for the Sabbath meal as she did every Friday, lighting candles and singing prayers with family and friends. But with just days left before Al Gore announced a running mate, this was no ordinary Friday. Shortly after the Liebermans broke bread, best friend Mindy Weisel broke the ice. "Could it happen?" she asked. Over a long dinner, talk swirled around the implications of a vice presidential bid. How would the Liebermans shield their 12-year-old daughter, Hana, from the spotlight? How would they protect their friends and their faith? Americans were surely ready, said Senator Lieberman, to embrace an …
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