Unless America has metamorphosed completely, it is an intolerance that is bound to emerge and grow steadily stronger if a Brooklyn-born, Jewish son of a Holocaust survivor from Poland seems poised to become America’s strongest leader, even if his name sounds lily-white American like Sanders.6
Louis Brandeis’s elevation to the Supreme Court was a watershed moment for American Jews — but, paradoxically, it seemed to do nothing to lessen this country’s anti-Semitism, Jonathan Sarna writes.6
Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio movingly explained his Christian faith to an atheist in Iowa. The same message could help him quell Jewish fears about voting Republican, Bethany Mandel argues.78
On International Holocaust Remembrance Day, the UK’s former Deputy Ambassador to Warsaw recalls an experience at Auschwitz — and Britain’s responsibility to fight anti-Semitism.
In Ethics of the Fathers, the rabbis teach that we must grant respect and honor to an individual who teaches us even the smallest bit of knowledge.
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