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Summer 5765 / 2005, no. 21


From the Editors:

Giving Herzl His Due
By Ella Florsheim


Currents:

The Religion of Humanity and the Sin of the Jews
Europeans remake the Jews in their own image.


Essays:

Judaism and the Modern State
By Yoram Hazony
Why Hobbes learned Hebrew.

The Political Legacy of Theodor Herzl
By Natan Sharansky
Before the melting pot, a different vision of the Jewish state.

A Return to Defensible Borders
By Dan Diker
Time to revive the classic security concept.

Cruel Britannia
By Robert S. Wistrich
Anti-Semitism in Britain has gone mainstream.


Reviews:

Golden State Warriors
Reviewed by Samuel G. Freedman
GI Jews: How World War II Changed a Generation by Deborah Dash Moore

Star-Crossed
Reviewed by Jerome E. Copulsky
Rosenzweig and Heidegger: Between Judaism and German Philosophy by Peter Eli Gordon

Shades of Enlightenment
Reviewed by Jonathan Marks
The Roads to Modernity: The British, French, and American Enlightenments by Gertrude Himmelfarb

American Idyll
Reviewed by Jerome A. Chanes
American Judaism: A History by Jonathan D. Sarna

Getting to Denmark
Reviewed by Tod Lindberg
State-Building: Governance and World Order in the 21st Century by Francis Fukuyama


Correspondence:

Robert Bork, Aaron Levine, and others


From the
ARCHIVES

The Road to Democracy in the Arab WorldLiberalism has deep roots in the Middle East, if we know where to look.
Jews and the Challenge of SovereigntyIs "Jewish state" a contradiction in terms?
Lost Generation
Ziegler's FolliesThe strange story of one UN official`s dubious affair with radicalism.
Is There a Future for French Jewry?A changing political culture may leave no room for Europe's largest Jewish community.

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