The baseball player Andrew Cohen died at the age of 84. Here is all you want to know and more!
Biography - A Short Wiki
One of the earliest Jewish baseball players in the major leagues for the New York Giants who became a star of the city’s Jewish community.
He was signed by the Giants as a publicity gimmick, in an effort to attract the Jewish fans and compete with the Babe Ruth-led Yankees.
He and his Giants teammate Shanty Hogan started a vaudeville act, Cohen & Hogan; he later said that ‘if we didn’t kill vaudeville, we sure helped.’
How did Andrew Cohen die?
Cohen was Permanent Secretary of the Minister of Overseas Development from 1964 until his death from a heart attack in 1968.
"Our true nature is free of any and all notions of gender, of any notions of difference whatsoever."Andrew Cohen
"Most men are very attached to the idea of being male, and usually experience a lot of fear and insecurity around the idea of being a man. Most women are very identified with their gender, and also experience a tremendous amount of fear and insecurity."Andrew Cohen
"I'm not convinced that what are traditionally considered to be male energies or qualities or female energies or qualities really have as much to do with gender as many people think they do."Andrew Cohen
"In my experience, men are not necessarily less sensitive or compassionate than women are, and women are not necessarily any less aggressive or competitive than men are - as a matter of fact, often they are more so!"Andrew Cohen
"The executive branch maneuvered this result deftly."Andrew Cohen