Alan M. Dershowitz. (Photo: Rick Kopstein/ALM)
At one point during my Q&A published Monday with celebrated writer and retired Debevoise & Plimpton partner Louis Begley, I asked Begley whether he had experienced any anti-Semitism during his career. He said he hadn’t, and he expressed frustration that I was pressing the topic. In that context, I brought up Alan Dershowitz and the famous Harvard Law School professor’s alleged difficulty in getting jobs with Wall Street firms in the early 1960s.
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