The Rosenbergs left their young sons a legacy that was both a burden and a gift, as well as an aching emotional void. Robert Meeropol grew up torn between the need to pursue his political values and his intense fear that personal exposure might subject him and his family to violence or even death.
An Execution in the Family details Robert Meeropolâs political odyssey from being the Rosenbergsâson to becoming a prominent political activist in his own right, and it chronicles a very personal journey of self-discovery. This is the story of how he tried to balance a strong desire to live a normal life and raise a family with a growing need to create something useful out of his childhood nightmare. It is also a poignant account of how, at age forty-three, he finally found a way to honor his parents and be true to himself.
About: The son of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, who were executed when he was six years old, describes the gift and burden that was his parents' legacy, including his effort to raise a healthy family and his work as a political activist.
About: The son of Ethel and Julius Rosenberg, who were executed when he was six years old, describes the gift and burden that was his parents' legacy, his childhood need to pursue his political values despite his fear of retaliation, his efforts to raise a healthy family, and his rise as a prominent political activist.
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