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A discussion of Judaism as a living entity, constantly evolving historically and transforming itself spiritually. Panelists assess the "new" ethnicity, the concept of "chosenness," messianism, and the change in moral values which has come about as a…

Sociologist Peter L. Berger suggests that the demands of modern life aggravate the tensions caused by two contradictory desires: the need for the security found in a community of our fellows, and the need to develop our own unique qualities which set…

A discussion of the question of whether the Jews, although having regained their freedom as individuals in the wake of the Holocaust, are really free as a people, in the sense of being accepted in contemporary societies as Jews. Featuring Harry S.…

A discussion of the question of whether the Jews, although having regained their freedom as individuals in the wake of the Holocaust, are really free as a people, in the sense of being accepted in contemporary societies as Jews. Featuring Harry S.…

A discussion of the question of whether the Jews, although having regained their freedom as individuals in the wake of the Holocaust, are really free as a people, in the sense of being accepted in contemporary societies as Jews. Featuring Harry S.…

A discussion of the question of whether the Jews, although having regained their freedom as individuals in the wake of the Holocaust, are really free as a people, in the sense of being accepted in contemporary societies as Jews. Featuring Harry S.…

Army General James M. Gavin discusses his belief that the security of the United States no longer depends on weapons, armed forces, and holding areas of strategic value around the globe, but rather on less tangible factors such as the people's…

B.F. Skinner responds to several criticisms that have been leveled at his book 'Beyond Freedom and Dignity,' giving examples of how his theories of operant conditioning have been successful in dealing with pigeons, monkeys, and men and citing…

George McTurnan Kahin, of Cornell University, uses Cambodia as an illustration of the problems that result from America's misconceptions, misinformation, and miscalculations in its dealings in Southeast Asia. With commentary by Harry S. Ashmore,…

The Center's Harry S. Ashmore speaks out on the need for the reform of the electoral process, with particular emphasis on the financing of election campaigns and the impact on the electorate of campaign images manufactured by the mass media.…