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.

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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.