This day in Jewish history / Birth of an Orthodox rabbi who let the 20th century in
Can a man sit next to, and in direct contact with, a woman on the subway? How about drinking milk produced on a Gentile American farm? Asked, Rabbi Moshe Feinstein would answer.
March 3, 1895, is the birth date of Moshe Feinstein, the Orthodox rabbi widely recognized as one of the great rabbinic decisors of the 20th century.
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