Goldberg defended Williamson by saying he speaks for a marginalized community: conservatives who don’t like Trump.
Periods can be problematic, but Stefanie Iris Weiss fears the trend of women suppressing their period is becoming too casual.
Leon Wieseltier skewered Michael Oren for calling him an anti-Semite in ‘Ally.’ But Wieseltier himself is the king of spurious accusations of anti-Semitism, Raphael Magarik argues.
The Associated Press and its former employee Matti Friedman are trading fire after the journalist published his second essay accusing the media giant of biased Israel coverage.
Two key turning points took place last week in the slippery slope to Israel’s growing international isolation, J.J. Goldberg writes. And then there was a third that is — um — a load of crap.
What does Ta-Nehisi Coates’s call for reparations to African Americans have to do with Jews? Absolutely everything, says Emily L. Hauser.
This past summer, Anne-Marie Slaughter shook up the national feminist conversation with her provocative Atlantic piece “Why Women Still Can’t Have It All.” Writing about the challenges she faces balancing her role as a mother and a professional, she argued that systemic changes must be made in both the workplace and society for women to finally achieve equality with men. Her piece sparked a wide debate, naturally, and as I begin my junior year of college at Johns Hopkins, I can’t help but ask myself, where do I fall in all of this? What choices do I face as a 20-year-old Jewish American female student?
Jeffrey Goldberg recently took on the chasm between Walmart’s apparent values and its business practices. Elissa Strauss suggests he do the same at The Atlantic.
Whenever I see “best of” lists, award finalists and even table of contents, I can’t help but immediately scan them to see how women fared. Because of this little tic, I find myself regularly complaining to my husband about the lopsided male-to-female ratio in the bylines of the highbrow magazines we receive, which include The Atlantic, The New Yorker, and The New Republic. He often tells me I am being a bit neurotic, and that women are, overall, pretty well represented.