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France’s “Sarah Halimi Law” Won’t Combat Antisemitism

In France, Jewish suffering has become the excuse for a “tough on crime” politics that endangers marginalized groups while doing nothing to protect Jews.

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J Street Goes on Offense, Carefully

For the first time, the liberal Jewish lobby is placing advocacy for restricting military aid to Israel front and center.

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Lost and Unfounded

Will Kafka’s work survive the distorted representations made in his name?

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Letters to the Editor: How Not to Fight Antisemitism

Readers respond to the editors’ responsa on trends in left strategies for fighting antisemitism and building power.

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What Happened to IfNotNow?

The close of the Trump era finds the millennial anti-occupation group at a crossroads.

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The Anti-Trans Lobby’s Real Agenda

A new wave of legislation seeks to enshrine an evangelical understanding of the gender binary and exclude transness from the public sphere.

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Revising the Dream

Members of the socialist-Zionist youth group Habonim Dror North America are increasingly pushing back on Zionism’s centrality in the movement.

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A Night of Violence in Jerusalem

An emboldened extreme right interrupts Ramadan with a show of force.

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Can New York’s Progressives Stop Andrew Yang?

The shape of the mayoral race reveals the limits of the electoral power the left has built in the city since 2018.

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The Workers Love Palestine

“WORKERS OF THE WORLD / JOIN THE STRIKE FOR GUARANTEED LIGHT”

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“Everyone Deserves Care”

An interview with labor historian Gabriel Winant about his new book, The Next Shift, and how care work could become the basis of a new class solidarity.

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