Torn at the roots : the crisis of Jewish liberalism in postwar America /
|Published:||New York : Columbia University Press, c2002.|
|Series:||Religion and American culture (New York, N.Y.)
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Table of Contents:
- Introduction: "Making my Jewishness too visible"
- 1. "The racists of America fly blindly at both of us": Atrocity Analogies and Anticommunism
- 2. "Liberal Judaism is a contradiction in terms": Anti-Racist Zionists, Prophetic Jews, and their Critics
- 3. "Artificial altruism sows only seeds of error and chaos": Desegregation and Jewish Survival
- 4. "Protect and keep": Vietnam, Israel, and the Politics of Theology
- 5. "If there was dirty linen, it had to be washed": Jews for Urban Justice and Radical Judaism
- 6. "We are coming home": New Left Jews and Radical Zionism
- 7. "Are you against the Jewish family?": Debating the Sexual Revolution
- 8. "If we really care about Israel": Breira and the Limits of Dissent
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