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Are 95% of Jews Really Zionists?

Polls of American Jewish opinion on Israel may not be asking the right questions.

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A Compendium of Severance

Susan Taubes’s Divorcing traces the separation of a wife from her husband, a family from their homeland, and a people from their God.

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When You Can’t Stay Home

Four responses to the Covid-19 housing crisis.

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Calling a Nazi a Nazi

Journalist Talia Lavin discusses the imperative—and the dangers—of covering the far right.

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Israel’s Repressive Diplomacy

The recent normalization agreements with Arab states rely on—and contribute to—growing authoritarianism.

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Are We Post-Sepharadim?

A conversation with scholar Devin E. Naar about what meaningful Sephardic representation might look like in the wake of near-total erasure.

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Can the Reform Movement Stand Up to the Settler Right?

The movement’s leadership role in Israel’s Jewish National Fund puts it in charge of evicting a Palestinian family, whether it wants to or not.

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Justice You Shall Pursue

The religious tenor of public mourning for RBG reveals a conflation of Jewishness with American liberalism, which forecloses the possibility of reckoning with either.

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The New Heimish Populism

The protests in Borough Park reflect a shift in Orthodox communities, long in the making, toward a Trumpian style of politics.

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It’s Time to Re-Radicalize the Abortion Movement

As the prospect of a solidly conservative Supreme Court threatens Roe v. Wade, we must return the abortion movement to its neglected radical roots.

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Welcome to Lammville

How the Hasidic housing crisis led to the largest case of federal voter fraud in modern American history

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