If the Rabbi's last 51 years of his life is any reflection of his first 40 years, it must of been one of great accomplishment and scholarship. Ones life does not change overnight if 50 people call him Rebbee. If his brother or brothers were not as pious or as scholarly as he was, it does not in any way reflect on his own greatness. If this is all what this historian can dig up he should become the editor in chief of aNational tabloids.
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from the article: One brother became secular, the other was mentally ill