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Women losing coverage under Obamacare, too
Topic - Alex Ross
"If not quite the 'perfect masterpiece' as Shostakovich claimed," wrote New Yorker critic Alex Ross, "it is a work of concentrated power that outweighs most other attempts to dramatize the Holocaust."
Alex Ross wrote in the New Yorker that "pound for pound, ton for ton, it is the most witless and wasteful production in modern operatic history."