A Letter to Mama.
The author of Mosaic’s March 2019 essay stops by the studio to discuss and debate his argument about immigration.
An apartment is emptied of its possessions—and suddenly filled with life.
Even during the turn-of-the-20th-century Great Wave of migration to America, the proportion of Jews wasn’t high enough to present a serious threat to anyone.
As Jewish experience would suggest, a dichotomy embedded in the U.S. system distorts reality and makes for damaging policy.
And did so more than Gentiles with foreign-sounding names.
A Syrian stabs a German and a Jewish restaurant is attacked.
Sidney Shachnow, in memoriam.
Religion breeds empathy and moderation, not extremism.