This Day in Jewish History 1993: Trail-blazing U.S. Rabbi Who Would Defy the Argentine Regime Dies

Marshall Meyer almost single-handedly established the Conservative movement in Argentina, and worked on behalf of citizens 'disappeared' by the dictatorship.

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On December 29, 1993, Marshall Meyer — the American rabbi who almost single-handedly established the Conservative movement in Argentina, who used his position to work on behalf of “disappeared” citizens during...