Much has been made about John Judis’s history of the Middle East conflict. Jerome Chanes writes that less attention has been paid to the author’s misrepresentations.
John Judis used to believe any publicity is good publicity. After being called anti-Semitic for his new book about Harry Truman and Israel, the New Republic editor isn’t so sure.
Three prominent Jewish institutions have found themselves embroiled in disputes over perceived critics of Israel. Are these skirmishes in a growing culture war?
New Republic senior editor John Judis was reinvited to speak at the Museum of Jewish Heritage Friday, after having been disinvited to speak about his latest book.
John Judis’s new book suggests Harry S. Truman wasn’t a big supporter of Zionism. Did hypersensitivity about Israel kill his planned talk at the Museum of Jewish Heritage?