At the urging of German Jewish leaders.
Mordecai Manuel Noah’s Ararat.
The U.S. has a long history of anti-Semitism, but it’s always been different.
Sidney Franklin, matador of the Torah.
And did so more than Gentiles with foreign-sounding names.
And the ephemerality of political correctness.
Sidney Shachnow, in memoriam.
Broadway Billy and the amnesia of a people once known for their memory.
Burton Bernstein’s Family Matters.
And the priestly blessing.
Breaking arms, legs, and ribs.
A brief history of Jews and cinema.
Their dreams were unrealistic, but their evaluation of Communism wasn’t.
And did his upbringing affect his attitudes towards Jews and religious tolerance?