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Even after Iowa, Bernie Sanders faces a tough slog. J.J. Goldberg says the straight-talking Jewish senator needs to rethink how his economic justice message will be heard from now on — and start an urgent conversation on racial reconciliation.


Does Anyone Really Benefit from 'Balkanizing' the Kotel?

The Western Wall will now host more traditional Jews in one area and more progressive Jews in another. Avi Shafran asks: Is it worth the price?


How Marco Rubio's Words Resonate With My Jewish Family

Marco Rubio, who finished a strong third in the Iowa caucus, represents a new kind of American story — one that appeals to Karol Markowicz’s immigrant roots.


How We’re Failing Jews with Disabilities

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Why New Kotel Plan Deserves a Cautious Hallelujah

The ‘liberation’ of the Kotel has always been a largely Diasporic fight, and as such, was bound to be laden with compromise, Jane Eisner writes.

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