The case of forced desegregation in Little Rock
The movement’s catechism is the catalog of the Beacon Press
Far from the divisive tenets of critical race theory, Americans in reality share an infinite number of commonalities, thanks to the different roles each of us play in our private lives
Only those who lived in its shadow seem to be worried about contemporary parallels
Warren Buffett’s son Peter has dropped $160 million—and probably a lot more—to turn a county in upstate New York into his personal farm-to-table utopia, complete with its own radio station, music festival, and currency
New York Congressman Jamaal Bowman and others are grafting a domestic psychodrama onto a foreign region—and endangering American Jews in the process
The superstar Columbia grad student was canceled by Fox, an experience that only strengthened his belief in convincing his opponents
The dream of a utopia administered by technocrats
How Social Gospel became Social Justice
Progressive ideas about diversity have taken over the corporate world but they offer a skin-deep version obsessed only with color and conformity
Was Bernie Sanders America’s Corbyn? How labor, socialism, and wokeness splintered into entirely different movements and exploded a traditional left coalition.
The zealots on 41st Street have no patience for competing points of view
All the News That’s Woke to Print
Israel’s Founding Father chastised his colleagues for using language he perceived as disrespectful to women. In 1953.
The Jewish world needs a place like Tablet where varying—even conflicting—viewpoints can exist side by side. Our times demand an engagement with big ideas and not a retreat from them.
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