A Tablet Roundtable about American elites with Angelo Codevilla, Todd Gitlin, Michael Lind, Ilana Redstone, and Wesley Yang
Campus Week: The one-party journalism system suffers no dissent from within. Here are some who do it anyway.
The rewards of subordinating racial or ethnic identity, in the new memoiristic essay by the author of ‘Losing My Cool’
Western societies can either accept moderate forms of ethnic majority politics or risk the current populist uprisings mutating into more extreme versions
A recent ‘New York Times’ essay delivers a crucial reminder from the Founding Fathers about identity politics
Fifty years after the political upheaval around the Democratic National Convention that changed America, a former editor from ‘Ramparts’ magazine sees worrying echoes today
Judging people based on the color of their skin rather than the content of their character is bigoted, no matter who does it and why
Today on Jewcy: An NPR podcast takes on Jewish identity… to mixed results.
Meme Wars: the insular, circular, and viraltastic history of a racist idea
Hatred gets a respectable cap and gown
Have the alt-right (and their ideas) become a target demographic? Apparently so.
For terrorists and activists alike, an identity addiction spells trouble
A non-Jew who loves Philip Roth, making challah, and visiting High Holiday services wants to be a Jew, minus the religion
In her new collection, Tonight No Poetry Will Serve, Adrienne Rich reckons with the question of how to write lyric poetry in the face of war and economic hardship
Has Purim replaced Passover as the best holiday vehicle for expressing individual Jewish identity?
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