Avrom Rives left his native Poland for Palestine in the 1920s and made a name for himself as an author of short stories in Yiddish.. . .
A rebel godfather of the kibbutz movement reflects on how central planning crippled both economic and political development. (Interview by Erez Tadmor.)
Two acclaimed new books about Israel betray a disquieting lack of moral confidence in their subject and its story
The unfinished battle for Israel’s soul, as told through the eyes of seven paratroopers who in 1967 helped lead the victorious battle for Jerusalem. (Interview by David Horovitz)