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Gentlemans Agreement Philip Greenwood is a magazine reporter that is offered a job in New York to publish a series on anti-Semitism Greenwood is having a hard time finding an angle approaching the Hebrew religion After several nights of no leads he decides to write his good friend from childhood and wants to ask what is it like to be Jewish Realizing just before he begins to type there is no way of fully understanding what it feels like to be a minority unless he pretends to be Jewish himself In order for him to make this project work few people know the truth about the new man that has arrived in New York City Philip is a tall slender man with dark features such as his hair and eyes He is able to pass as Jewish What Greenwood doesnt realize is that it will effect his entire life style and the ones he loves The project is under way and he notices that with in one day word has spread throughout the entire magazine company that a new Jewish man has been assign an article to publish Problem after problem start to occur after Philips little boy comes home from school confused on what religion he is Greenwood explains to Tommy that in order to fully understand what it feels like to be Jewish he is acting as though he of the same religion Philip has little problems along the way until Dave is back from being over seas Dave is the long time friend who faces the cruel world every day by being Jewish Dave and Philip and another reporter go out on the town for a couple of drinks to talk about the old times While Dave is sitting down in a chair a rude man bumps in to him and asks his name After hearing his last name the man was ready to fight Philip had to step
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