The direct target of anti-Jewish politics may be the Jews, but the more consequential damage is to the land of Lincoln. What can Jews do to help?
Jews are pouring into south Florida by the thousands, remaking themselves and the area into one of the best places in the world for Jews to live. What’s driving this astonishing renaissance?
The children of Jewish Communists needed a therapeutic process to work through the effects of growing up in a political cult. They didn’t get it.
The eminent writer joins us to reveal the Jewish dimensions of her latest book.
Daniel Gordis argued in this 2019 conversation that Israeli and American Jews are fundamentally divided. With a new government now in place, has he been proven correct?
We’re living in a period of disintegration in which the cultural and political bedrock is shifting beneath us. How should a magazine like Mosaic meet this moment?
In 1977, a Jewish director of the ACLU famously agreed to defend the rights of neo-Nazis in Illinois to demonstrate in public. Would the same thing happen today—and should it?
I just wrote a book about new fundamentalisms with the university’s much-loved Jewish president. Now one of those fundamentalisms, aided by its Jewish exponents, is coming for him.
Most American Jews no longer vote in a way that sets them apart from non-Jews. But a growing subsection stands out.
Houdini’s was the prototypically self-made American tale. But even while turning himself into the world’s greatest breaker of constraints, he remained a proudly identified Jew.
Does Jewish morality require Israel to leave the West Bank?
The Jewish writer who became America’s most decorated novelist spent his early years prodding the nation’s soul. Then, sensing danger to it, he took up the role of guardian.
With the recent death of the unrepentant spy, his story, along with that of other American Jews steeped in Communism, can finally be told.
Of course violent attacks on ḥasidic Jews are anti-Semitic.