How might America meet its own moment of moral challenge today if we were to engage habitually in acts of collective responsibility for our past?
If we forget the history of the Holocaust, we are doomed to repeat it. If we forget the values of the United States, we are doomed to betray them.
I let 70 years pass before I started going to the synagogue after the Holocaust, and after Pittsburgh, I am worried it isn’t safe anymore.
It would be a mistake to think that the Jews of Ratno, or the Jews of any other town in Europe during Nazi rule, went like sheep to the slaughter.
First Ladies who speak out for good causes, even if it means crossing swords with the president, deserve to be praised for their courage.4
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