Gary Tobin

President, Institute for Jewish and Community Research

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President of the Institute for Jewish and Community Research, which studies Jewish philanthropy

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The victims are banks, hedge funds, wealthy investors and charities worldwide. Los Angeles' Jewish Journal is running a feature called " Swindler's List ."

Bernard Madoff: Wall Street's One-Man Wrecking Crew

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