An era of transformation.
The Egyptians “spit on us and called us monkeys and animals.” Israelis “gave us chocolate and juice and handcuffed us.”
How racism and anti-Semitism work together in the minds of the Charlottesville marchers.
Smuggled political literature from Jewish New Yorkers helped.
“No more Jews. I want to tell my story!”
Eric Zemmour hasn’t said his last word.
Speaking frankly about the man who murdered a British parliamentarian.
Four professors commit the sin of which they accuse nationalists.
And taught him some Yiddish.
A boy, his grandfather, and the Statue of Liberty.
“You have robbed yourself of time and us—our health!”
FDR’s small concession to helping Jews flee Hitler.
Many stereotypes and little data.