New York Jews who aren't afraid to mix church and state
In liberal New York, the latest stars are a vanguard advocating for a proud public profile for religion and pushing back against church-state separation.
Forget the U.S. election returns for a moment and jump in a taxi to northern Manhattan, where at Yeshiva University something is happening. A line is stretching for blocks. People are waiting to get in to a conversation with the longest-serving justice on the U.S. Supreme Court, Antonin Scalia.
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