‘Do we really imagine that true respect for women can survive, let alone thrive, in a world where standard “entertainment” is saturated with their objectification and all too often actual abuse?’

In Max Boot’s new memoir, the writer, once a figurehead of conservative politics, explains why he left the Right over Trump

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Much War Again Today, No Sleep Last Night

A World War II love story in letters

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Feminists Against Women

The sordid history of famous feminists shaming victims of sexual abuse

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The Crisis of Constantinople

After millennia, the Russian and Ukrainian Orthodox churches are splitting apart, fracturing the unity of Constantinople and possibly escalating the war between the two nations

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There’s No Business Like Showbread Business

‘Daf Yomi’: Are Jews like olives, crushed for their oil, or like the leaves on the olive branch, enduring through all seasons?

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Members Only

While Conservative rabbis have reaffirmed their policy against officiating at interfaith weddings, Conservative synagogues move to welcome non-Jewish spouses as full members of the congregation

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Early Mourning

Saying kaddish for my father brought me into many minyans where I was the center of attention—even when I yearned for anonymity

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The Vanishing Ivy League Jew

Campus Week: Jewish populations are falling at schools like Harvard and Yale. Should we care?

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Anti-Zionism Has No Place in the Progressive Movement

Campus Week: A guide for Jewish students and their elders

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Einstein on the Mound

Ep. 153: ‘Our Friend From Israel’ podcast host Benyamin Cohen and ‘Wall Street Journal’ sports columnist Jason Gay

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Ivory Tower Bigots

Campus Week: How the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions movement supports the careers of shoddy university scholars

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Judith Butler’s Veil

Campus Week: How a toxic postcolonial, postmodern discourse essentializes Muslim women into only their covering

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The Failure of Holocaust Education in Britain

Misplaced historical values, survivors dying off, the Labour Party’s new rhetoric, and pressures on secondary curricula are all contributing to a generation of U.K. children with little or incorrect knowledge of the horrors of World War II