Here are all the articles we highlighted at years’ ends, over the years. Happy New Year!
American liberalism is in danger from a new ideology—one with dangerous implications for Jews
Alexander ‘Sasha’ Pechersky led a successful prisoner revolt at the Sobibor death camp. His story of extraordinary courage was also the story of millions of Soviet Jews who lived and died in a country that refused to acknowledge their fate.
The great jazz and cultural critic, soloing over changes, sang his enthusiasm for America
The jargon and weird abstractions are central to the birth of a new elite, which uses the language of wokese as a barrier to entry
Visiting the site of the American Golgotha reveals an ongoing catastrophe that seems unlikely to end anytime soon
A startling investigation into how a cheap, well-known drug became a political football in the midst of a pandemic
China’s drive for supremacy is now underway in the Middle East—and it won’t end there
Collective demonization invades our culture
The profound weirdness of the Shoah Foundation’s hologram effort
A high-stakes poker story for Valentine’s Day
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