Jewish Quarterly 246 The Strange Death and Curious Rebirth of the Israeli Left

Jewish Quarterly 246 The Strange Death and Curious Rebirth of the Israeli Left

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Once the nation's political powerhouse, the Israeli left has crumbled. What is behind this dramatic demise?

This issue of The Jewish Quarterly examines the demise of Israel’s left, which dominated the nation’s politics for decades but is now weak, fragmented and shrinking. In a compelling essay, journalist and political commentator Anshel Pfeffer explores the left’s failure to articulate a persuasive vision of Israel’s national identity and future, and asks whether – and how – the left could revive. Also in this issue, historian Richard J. Evans investigates why Alfred Rosenberg, the chief ideologist of Nazism, became an anti-Semite, and academic and educator Rabbi Raphael Zarum unpacks the philosophy of Jonathan Sacks.


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