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Summer 5761 / 2001, no. 11


From the Editors:

Not Normal
By Assaf Sagiv


Essays:

The Road Back From Utopia
By Joel Rebibo
Ravaged by poverty, Israel's haredi community is rediscovering the merits of work.

Evil’s Empire
By Assaf Sagiv
Adi Ophir's philosophy of doom.

On the Quiet Revolution in Citizenship Education
By Daniel Polisar
The new Education Ministry civics curriculum fails to teach loyalty to the idea of a Jewish state.

Eliezer Berkovits and the Revival of Jewish Moral Thought
By David Hazony
With the decreasing relevance of most Jewish philosophy, a neglected American thinker deserves a new look.


Classics:

Educating For Citizenship
By Benzion Dinur
Shortly after independence, Israel's third education minister outlined the basics of Jewish national citizenship.


Reviews:

The Forgotten Rescue of French Jewry
Reviewed by Yehoshua Porath
To be a Jew in France During the Second World War by Renee Poznanski


Correspondence:

On Judicial Activism, Lennon, and more.



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