Today in Tablet Magazine, columnist Marjorie Ingall addresses readers’ exclamatory objections to last week’s blockbuster column (here) on how liberals should educate their kids about Zionism. Books critic Adam Kirsch looks at the history of neoconservatism through the lens of hawkish Sen. Henry Jackson and his 1970s followers, so-called “Scoop Jackson Democrats.” F. Gregory Gause III crafts a valid isolationist critique of U.S. policy in the Mideast while debunking an invalid one. Josh Lambert has his weekly look at forthcoming books of interest. And The Scroll is back after a three-day weekend. What, did something happen while we were gone?