The author The Gulag Archipelago and his critics.
Moyshe Kulbak’s Childe Harold.
“All the resources of a superpower cannot isolate a man who hears the voice of freedom.”
And Jewish groups have been duped.
Jews were both victims and victimizers.
Alexei Navalny doesn’t seek to avoid prison, but to defeat Putin.
A newly translated memoir of the gulag should (but probably won’t) remind those who still flirt with Communism what exactly they’re endorsing.
How a much-lauded historian with a genius for identifying similarities—but no eye for differences—misreads Jewish history.
Thanks to a small group of dedicated rabbis.
Peretz Markish and the Schneersons.
In 1928, a “Jewish autonomous region” was set up in the far east to provide a home for Soviet Jewry. But, as a new book describes, it was no solution at all.
To understand why religion will never die, one need only look at the unrelenting efforts of Communist regimes to criminalize and crush faith; they failed.
The fate of Christians and Jews under Communism should serve as a lesson to contemporary atheists for whom persecution is only another word for religion.