Jane Eisner envies voters in Iowa and New Hampshire, whose voices actually count during primary season. How can we change the system so that Jews’ and other minorities’ voices count, too?5
Jane Eisner says labeling products made in West Bank settlements allows consumers who oppose — or support — Israel’s occupation to make informed choices. But a sweeping boycott of all companies that do business in the territory is a counterproductive and blatantly unfair, she writes.64
EDITORIAL: The brave story told by Marc Gafni’s alleged victim is a clarion call to reform New York’s restrictive statute of limitations for sex crimes. Shouldn’t we be giving victims every chance to win justice — instead of protecting abusers?13
EDITORIAL: As this year comes to a close, we examine (in rhyme!) all the fears that were spread — and celebrate all those who refused to succumb to them.
EDITORIAL: Jewish not-for-profit organizations should set the standards for equitable women’s pay. Do we really want to be known for anything else?
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