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Once upon a time, Melsor Katzenelenbogen was a celebrated Moscow poet and Soviet-Jewish refusenik.
What if everything had the humility of the technological refusenik, without giving up on the power of technology in the process?
The point was to highlight, with great pride, the various ways the Passover story has been culturally expropriated by everything from the American founding and the Civil War to the 1960s civil-rights marchers and the Russian refusenik movement.
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Origin and Etymology of refusenik
First Known Use: 1973See Words from the same year
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