Is a New Edition of 'Mein Kampf' Really Such a Bad Idea?

Now that the copyright for Hitler’s ‘Mein Kampf’ has lapsed, a French publisher wants to put out a new critical edition. Some think that’s a dangerous plan — but not Robert Zaretsky.


After Charm Offensive, Time for Benjamin Netanyahu To Act for Israel's Sake

Americans Jews can exhale now that Barack Obama and Benjamin Netanyahu smiled and shook hands. But the divide between them was always more than personal, and goes to the crux of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.


Misusing Hard Data To Paint Palestinians As Irrational Animals

Numbers don’t lie — but sometimes an interpretation of the numbers does. That’s the case with Daniel Polisar’s recent essay on Palestinian public opinion, Dahlia Scheindlin writes.


How College Can Put the Jewish in Children of Intermarriage

Despite decades of worry that American ‘children of intermarriage’ would be lost to the community, a large-scale study found that the story is more complicated, and more hopeful.

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