Ben Cohen, a New York-based writer, has recently co-edited The Norman Geras Reader: What’s There Is There (Manchester University Press).
The historian’s new book sets out to conduct a clear-sighted tour of 21st-century anti-Semitism, but her vision turns out to be occluded.
As the long life of the Protocols attests, anti-Semitic passions are not just sincere, they’re hard-wired beyond any possibility of disproof by reason.
American society is solidly free of the Israel-centered anti-Semitism that dominates its universities. Can that last?
Anyone can join—even Jews.