Tag Archives: Diaspora Jewry

Young Goodman Lumish.

Young Goodman Lumish came forth at sunset… One of the paradigmatic early American short stories is Nathanial Hawthorne’s Young Goodman Brown (1835).  The link above goes to the 1846 edition of the story as published in his collection, Mosses from an Old Manse.  What fascinates me, oddly enough, is its potential resonance …

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Linda Sarsour, Progressive-Left Ideals, and Diaspora Jewry.

Two of the most significant political questions facing the West today are those of immigration policy and identity politics. Women’s March organizer, Linda Sarsour, stands at the crux of both and has successfully put pro-Israel diaspora Jewry between the horns of a political dilemma. Sarsour just raised considerable funds for the …

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