This week’s episode of Up Close is devoted to unusual occupations.
Israelis are playing American-style football, and the commissioner of the Israel Football League, Betzalel Friedman, stops by to explain.
We also hear from Sarah Lawrence College Prof. Glenn Dynner, author of “Yankel’s Tavern” and Senior NEH Scholar at the Center for Jewish History, about why at least 85% of tavern keepers in 19th century Poland were Jewish.
And finally, did you know that George Washington established the first American spy ring? Fox News’ Brian Kilmeade, author of “George Washington’s Secret Six,” describes how Washington and his spies laid the groundwork for the CIA and helped America win the Revolution.
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