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If the Statue of Liberty Were a Real Person
May 27, 1921
The Statue of Liberty jumps off her pedestal into the water, leaving a suicide note that reads, “After my friends harassed, betrayed, and abandoned me, I no longer have a reason to live.”
Der groyser kundes
YIVO Institute for Jewish Research
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