Liel Leibovitz is Editor at Large for Tablet Magazine and a host of its weekly culture podcast Unorthodox and daily Talmud podcast Take One. He is the editor of Zionism: The Tablet Guide.
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Twenty years ago, Robert F. Kennedy Jr. explained his views about vaccines on The Daily Show—and was met with respect and interest. In the years since, what’s changed?
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In his new book, Rabbi Ari Berman, president of Yeshiva University, offers a poignant blueprint for how to live
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Israel’s former minister of justice weighs in on Bibi’s new coalition partners
When it comes to Jews, the organization now does more harm than good
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