Tricycle Controversy: Why Jews Don’t Do Boycotts

Academic and cultural boycotts are often portrayed as a wielding of 'soft power', but they are intended to shut down debate, an act to which many Jews have an instinctual aversion.

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The Jewish People are a noisy crowd. We thrive on argument and debate. This is signalled as early as the beginning of the Hebrew Bible, when Abraham, in an...