Last week’s departure of most of the editorial team at The New Republic — including Franklin Foer, Leon Wieseltier, Judith Shulevitz and Julia Ioffe — didn’t just blow a hole in the landscape of American journalism. It also threw into doubt the future of what has long been...
Attacking the messenger and not the message
The best Herman Wouk story (almost) no one has read
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A press club in West Jerusalem?
In Jerusalem, examining global press freedom
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After Shabbat services two weeks ago, I nearly quit my job.
That reflex came after a community discussion on Michelle Alexander’s 2011 book “The New Jim Crow,” about racial injustice and inequality in America; I found it impossible to fend off very dark thoughts urging me to...
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