Originally published 11/23/2013
Claims that his action is unprecedented miss the mark.
Originally published 12/24/2017
Crafting a parable, Robert Lewis May remembered the taunts he endured as a Jewish kid for his nose. Why not make an “underdog – a loser … triumphant in the end,” he thought.
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