by James Kaplan
The nation loved the song, which was introduced 80 years ago. But some reviled Irving Berlin for his presumption, as an immigrant and a Jew, in having written it at all.
by Bruce Chadwick
Review of "Coming Back Like a Song: A Play About Irving Berlin, Harold Arlen and Jimmy Van Heusen."
SOURCE: Jewish Journal
by Harold Brackman
"[I]t’s past time for you over-heated White privileged, Berlin admirers to chill out by admitting that the musical white side has a dark side exploited by this notorious Jewish minstrel man’s most beloved song." -- Or is this over the top?
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