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When We Argued All Night

by Alice Mattison

Judy Stanton (08/02/12): A quirky book about friendship between two Jewish men over a lifetime, I found When we argued all night to be a pretty good read. The challenges of friendship through the Great Depression, marriages, family issues, changing economics, etc. show how people grow apart and yet maintain a lifeline to each other. The most challenging issue was during the McCarthy-era witch hunts when one of the friends was a member of the communist party, and not "informing" could get his friend kicked out of a job. I really liked the central place the cabin in the Adirondacks took in calling the two families back to reminders of good times together, when life was simpler. 3+
Rating: ***+

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