How to React Commentator Daniel Pinkwater takes note of the flap over the show at the Jewish Museum in New York City. He says the right way to show your unhappiness would be through ridicule, not boring protest or calling for government action.
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Commentator Daniel Pinkwater takes note of the flap over the show at the Jewish Museum in New York City. He says the right way to show your unhappiness would be through ridicule, not boring protest or calling for government action.