5 edition of Jews and the American public square found in the catalog.
Jews and the American public square
James Tyler Kent
|Statement||edited by Alan Mittleman, Robert Licht, and Jonathan D. Sarna.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 375 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||375|
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Can American Jews Be Both Liberal and Pro-Israel. Counter-demonstrators in Times Square protest, onacross the street from a rally in.
Book Review: ‘The Jews Should Keep Quiet!’ While desperately wanting rescue of Europe’s Jews, Rabbi Stephen Wise also was concerned. Herman Wouk and the Jew in the Public Square Jews were prominent figures in American popular culture throughout the first half of the 20th century, they did so in.
Robert A. Licht is the author of The Framers And Fundamental Rights ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Is the Supreme Court the Guar 4/5(3). Edward Berenson, professor and chair of NYU’s History Department, is this week’s guest on “Story in the Public Square.” He discusses his new book, “The Accusation: Blood Libel in an.
Fear of Arab-Americans in the public square. condemnations of Jews [T]here’s still bigotry under the surface. There are still caricatures that won’t die.” the American public square.
You advocate for American Jews to assume their place in the public square, but given how insular our media consumption has become, are we sure one still exists.
Weisman: You know, I Author: Jacob Sugarman. American Jews aren’t used to having to worry like this. Jews have become even more visible in the public square, advocating at once for the rights of others and our own place in America Author: Zack Beauchamp.
The first half of the book, which tells the story of “how the Jews became liberals,” is narrated in “the impersonal voice of a historian — an amateur, to be sure, but one who has relied on.
In his book, Weisman says: “the identity of American Jews is at a crossroads. The identification with Israel as the democracy in the Middle East comes under question with Author: Ed Vulliamy.