The Crisis in Jewish Education, Praying with Laura Bush, and Reading Ezekiel with George W.

October 9, 2017 | Jay Lefkowitz
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Jay Lefkowitz served in the administrations of both the elder and younger Presidents Bush, having held such positions as special envoy for human rights in North Korea and deputy director for domestic policy. He is also an Orthodox Jew and a perceptive commentator on the American Jewish scene. In a wide-ranging interview with Eric Cohen, he discusses American Jewry’s shifting political alignments, why American Jewish education has floundered, his personal conversations with George W. Bush regarding the U.S. relationship with Israel, and saying grace at the White House—among much else. (Audio, 38 minutes.)

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