What an influential essay gets right, and wrong.
“The man who wrote that book died many years ago.”
A compelling argument that morality is a powerful weapon against the enemies of human freedom.
Like a soufflé, Moonglow is lighter than it looks.
And a rare Gentile who stood up for them.
The competition for victimhood wasn’t started by Jews but in reaction to them.
America’s shame is worse than anything that the protesters imagine.
A number without historical basis.
Erasing Jewish suffering in the USSR.
Hitler, not FDR, caused the Holocaust. American isolationism, not refugee policy, helped him do it.
Kalonimos Shapiro’s hidden manuscripts.
And why Ben Rhodes was appointed to the Holocaust Memorial Council.