Nomi M. Stolzenberg
By Nomi M. Stolzenberg
Sometimes ‘Un-American’ Is Actually Ultra-American
America’s proud tradition of tolerance has lately been put to the test. Islam is the current target, succeeding Catholicism and Judaism as the religion bearing the brunt of a less proud tradition of “Americanism.” Religious intolerance is not, of course, a peculiarly American phenomenon. What makes the American experience of intolerance distinctive is that it…
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