This Day in Jewish History 2010: You’ve Been to at Least One Museum Wing That Was Named for This Man

Mortimer Sackler was one of three brothers who donated to great museums and owned Purdue Pharma, which would be stained by the OxyContin case. Not so the brothers.

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On March 24, 2010, the psychiatrist, pharmaceutical entrepreneur and philanthropist Mortimer Sackler died, aged 93. If Sackler’s name is familiar to the members of the public, it is likely because they have...