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Editor writes memoir of fleeing Nazis, managing star reporters

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Some people live lives that seem to have been written by a Hollywood screenwriter. Harry Rosenfeld, the editor-at-large of the Times Union, is one of them. Rosenfeld embodies the cliché of living the American dream. He came to this country as a 9-year-old Jewish refugee who couldn’t speak any English and 33 years later he was an editor at The Washington Post, overseeing Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein as they reported on the greatest scandal ...

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