Christopher Donovan: Sullivan & Cromwell's Jewish Elite
Christopher Donovan: Once upon a time, power-hitting New York law firm Sullivan & Cromwell was as WASP a bastion as Princeton or the CIA. Today, the Jews have taken over.
The managing partner title recently passed from H. Rodgin Cohen, a Jewish lawyer, to Joseph C. Shenker, who’s not only Jewish, but a rabbi.
To read through the cast of characters upon whom their success is built — like the overwhelmingly Jewish client Goldman Sachs — is to observe the Jewish power structure writ large. Would the New York Times in its fawning coverage of Shenker’s clever deal-making poke around any connections to the mortgage collapse? Probably not. Would it talk about a “Jewish power structure”? Certainly not.
A good question to ask is whether men like Cohen and Shenker do Whites any good, and why we’re so unthinkingly ceding power positions to Jews.
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