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Was “correcting” left-handed children something traditionally done by Jews?
In many societies, efforts are made to "convert" children who are naturally left-handed to using their right hands. As I understand it, modern neurology strongly frowns upon this practice. I recall ...
Oct 3 '11 at 17:00
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