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A discussion of the many problems confronting modern Jews, addressing such questions as: Is the concept of the Halakah an anachronism in the contemporary world? Does intermarriage threaten Judaism in the Diaspora? What does it mean to be a survivor?…

A discussion of the many problems confronting modern Jews, addressing such questions as: Is the concept of the Halakah an anachronism in the contemporary world? Does intermarriage threaten Judaism in the Diaspora? What does it mean to be a survivor?…

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.…

Justice Haim Cohn, of the Supreme Court of Israel, claims that justice must be individualized according to time, place, and person in order to fulfill its function in the administration of the law, a thesis of adaptability which he defends in the…

Justice Haim Cohn, of the Supreme Court of Israel, claims that justice must be individualized according to time, place, and person in order to fulfill its function in the administration of the law, a thesis of adaptability which he defends in the…

Justice Haim Cohn, of the Supreme Court of Israel, claims that justice must be individualized according to time, place, and person in order to fulfill its function in the administration of the law, a thesis of adaptability which he defends in the…

Justice Haim Cohn, of the Supreme Court of Israel, claims that justice must be individualized according to time, place, and person in order to fulfill its function in the administration of the law, a thesis of adaptability which he defends in the…