Is it NY v LA in Sacking of ADL's David Lehrer?

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The Southern California Jewish community continues to search for answers in the recent firing of the Anti-Defamation League's David Lehrer. LA County Supervisor Zev Yaroslavsky joined religious leaders, including some from the Muslim community, in protesting the abrupt dismissal of the 27-year civil rights activist. J. J. Goldberg is editor of the New York-based Forward, a weekly Jewish journal. He speculates that acute personality and philosophical differences may explain Lehrer's firing by ADL head David Foxman.
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