Reporters' Roundtable: Jabotinsky's Legacy; the Jews of Argentina

In this week?s Forward Reporters? Roundtable, host Josh Nathan-Kazis speaks with staff writer Gal Beckerman about the life and worldview of the late revisionist Zionist Ze?ev Jabotinsky, and about those who consider themselves Jabotinsky?s ideological heirs. Then Arty Semite blog co-editor Ezra Glinter discusses an exhibit about the Jews of Argentina, now on view at Berlin?s Jewish Museum.

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