To Memmi national identity was a necessity and Zionism a liberation movement.
A son’s reflection on the centennial of a great New York intellectual.
A fundamental misunderstanding of religion.
The socialist in the back of shul.
The DSA had a few electoral victories this year.
Making socialism work—to a degree.
Meet the new anti-Semitism, same as the old anti-Semitism.
Their dreams were unrealistic, but their evaluation of Communism wasn’t.
The bloodsucking Jewish-capitalist conspiracy.
The decline of a once Zionist and heavily Jewish party.
A communal, and often political, ritual that was commonplace for a few decades.