Thursday, August 27, 2015 Elul 12, 5775
By:
Burton Caine
A local law professor and advocate of the refuseniks recalls memories of Vladimir Slepak, who helped head the movement from his Moscow apartment.
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By:
Nikki Marczak
A Gratz College graduate considers the first genocide of the modern era.
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By:
Yoella Epstein
A Jewish day school alum reflects on her own positive day school experience upon learning of her twin daughters' acceptance to Perelman Jewish Day School.
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By:
Gary Rosenblatt
The issue of Jewish women unable to receive a religious divorce from their husbands is a modern day problem that needs immediate resolution.
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By:
Jonathan D. Sarna
No president prior to Lincoln had anywhere near as many Jewish connections as he did.
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