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date: 15 May 2021

Rubinow, Isaac Maxlocked

(1875–1936)
  • Larraine M. EdwardsLarraine M. EdwardsPractitioner, Winston–Salem, NC

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Isaac Max Rubinow (1875–1936) was a consultant to the President's Committee on Economic Security and director of the Jewish Welfare Society of Philadelphia. He led the American social insurance movement and contributed to Jewish American welfare programs.

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