“Freedom and liberty if not grounded in reverence and faith sooner or later will go badly.”
Gertrude Himmelfarb wanted the Jewish people to be defined by the qualities that had enabled it to endure.
Britain’s first, and only, Jewish prime minister.
If you read one 750-page book this year, it should be this one.
And what it says about the origins of English Jewry.
It’s in fact political satire.
The life of “Mendoza the Jew.”
A “New Crusade” that would restore Christianity to its Jewish origins.
William the Mamzer.