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SULTANS OF SONG
By Paul Zollo
Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, and Harold Arlen composed some of America's greatest and most memorable songs. In this first of a three-part series on American Jewish songwriters, we explore the personalities and passions of these musical masters...Full text


THE "GOOD JEW" WHO WENT TO JAIL
The Good Jew Who Went to JailBy Grant Perry
How is it that some Jews who are actively involved in the synagogue and charitable causes can so easily disregard Jewish teachings in their business dealings?...Full text

 

SUVMY OPINION:
YOU ARE WHAT YOU DRIVE

By Mark X. Jacobs
I remember the first time I saw one of those massive, ungainly behemoths on a Manhattan street. I couldn't imagine what or who it was for. It looked industrial, but who'd haul cargo in a Cadillac? And who'd risk ripping the seats of their pants hoisting themselves in and out of a luxury truck?...Full text

THE UN'S OUTCAST
By Allison Kaplan Sommer
Why Israel is treated differently than all other nations by the world body that had once voted to create a Jewish state in Palestine...Full text

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Significant Jewish Books
by Bonny V. Fetterman

When I Lived in Modern Times
Tel Aviv--called "the white city" because of its many Bauhaus buildings--is the setting of Linda Grant's novel about Palestine under the British Mandate...
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Everything Is Illuminated
Twenty-four-year-old Jonathan Safran Foer, a grandchild of survivors, deals with the legacy of Holocaust memory in his debut novel...
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