“There are too many good Jewish writers around.”
Revisiting Norman Podhoretz’s Making It.
“The refusal to be bound by rules, any rules, turned children against their elders, impelled them to . . . destroy their brains with drugs,. . .
In honor of Norman Podhoretz’s 92nd birthday, a 1986 essay on anti-Semitism that reads as if written yesterday.
Bayard Rustin: Quaker, Zionist, and friend of Golda Meir.
Dedicated to the proposition that America and Israel are forces for good in the world.
The storied intellectual wonders why so many 21st-century men and women find Jewish particularity such a scandal.
A lesson from Jeremiah.
Seeing past the hysteria.
A new movie revives an old debate about the banality of evil and the perversity of brilliance.
The adventures of an American Jewish novelist.
Norman Podhoretz and the question of Jewish passivity during the Holocaust.
Making It turns 50.
Wednesday, April 5, 2017 in Manhattan.