May/June 1989 Full Table of Contents

Letters

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Publisher’s Page

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Editorials: The Destruction of the Planet; Victimology

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Articles

A Conversation with the PLO BY NABIL SHAAT AND MICHAEL LERNER

New Age Mythology: A Jewish Response to Joseph Campbell BY TAMAR FRANKIEL

Progress: The Last Superstition BY CHRISTOPHER LASCH

The Malaise of Jewish Education BY ISA ARON

The Two Banks of Jerusalem BY ROGER FRIEDLAND AND RICHARD HECHT

Slouching Toward Pressology BY CARLIN ROMANO

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Special Feature: A Distance from the Holocaust

Visiting the Burnt House BY CHANA BLOCH

Protecting the Dead BY FRANCINE PROSE

Nelly BY MIRIAM AKAVIA

Resistance to the Holocaust BY PHILLIP LOPATE

Don’t Resist BY YEHUDA BAUER

A Critique of Phillip Lopate: What is the Meaning of This to You? BY DEBORAH E. LIPSTADT

Phillip Lopate Responds to Bauer and Lipstadt

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Conference Papers

American Jews and Israel BY IRVING HOWE

Now and Then BY GRACE PALEY

The Cry for Justice BY ALFRED KAZIN

Women and Tikkun/tikkun BY JUDY CHICAGO

Jewish Progressives and the Jewish Community BY IRENA KLEPFISZ

Anti-Semitism Parading as Anti-Zionism BY DANIEL LANDES

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Poetry

Five Parables BY STEPHEN MITCHELL

The Uses of Laughter BY ANID DAME

Porno-Drive-In, Knoxville, TN BY WILLA SCHNEBERG

Schizophrenia BY SHLOMI HARIF NABLUS

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Fiction

Sworn Statements: The Guillotine BY MARCIE HERSHMAN

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Reviews

The Wrath of Jonah by Rosemary Radford Ruether and Herman J. Ruether BY DAVID BIALE

The Company of Critics by Michael Walzer BY CASEY BLAKE

Reunion: A Memoir by Tom Hayden BY HAROLD JACOBS

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Current Debate

Is Tikkun Too Conservative?

Jesse Lemisch v.s. Tikkun

 

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