Spectacles of public grief substitute for political change
Democratic congressional primary wins by Jamaal Bowman and Mondaire Jones sweep old-guard Jews from power in New York
On the anniversary of Kristallnacht, a historian shows how the ignorance and abuse of Holocaust history fuels the global resurgence of anti-Semitism
And focus on ending our humanitarian disaster at the border
Why the left is repeating Christianity’s most dangerous historical mistakes, and why it’s very, very bad for the Jews
How Jewish obsolescence as described by the early Christian church echoes in contemporary anti-Zionism
The latest entry in a Tablet feature responding to Paul Berman’s analysis of the American left examines how a rising group of young women, aligned with the Democratic Socialists, is changing American political culture
The complex personal history and views of an increasingly competitive New York state Senate candidate for Brooklyn
Forget her Israel gaffes and focus on her disinterest in observable reality, a troubling feature of her entitled generation
Why Hurricane Maria is only part of the problem in the U.S. territory
What her victory over Joseph Crowley in this week’s Democratic congressional primary portends
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