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To Chabad-Lubavitch believers, Rabbi Menachem Mendel Schneerson (1902-1994) was not simply a rebbe, he was the Rebbe. This authoritative 664-page biography by rabbi and historian Joseph Telushkin (Hillel; Jewish Literacy) traces Schneerson's extraordinary life from his birth and childhood as a rabbi's son in the Ukraine to his building a major worldwide religious movement from his modest headquarters in Crown Heights, Brooklyn. Telushkin's achievement is not limited to his fluent presentation of the Rebbe's wide-ranging travels and activities; he also imparts a clear sense of his teachings and philosophy. A major work for Jews and all those interested in Judaism.