Strong enough to break through post-Zionist cynicism.
In praise of an unfashionable literary master.
A great historian who saw through the conventional wisdom.
A tale of two Josephs.
Are there more important things than being a Jew?
Hermann Struck’s World War I.
Ludwik Lejzer Zamenhof.
A tale of two Mordecais and a failed attempt to create a Jewish statelet in western New York.
The Berlin Makkabis.
To fight its enemies, the Jewish state should distance itself from victimhood.
Driven less by expedience than by a commitment to Jewish particularism.
Is his unusual childhood the key?