Opinion How the Jewish-American Elite Has Manufactured the Intermarriage 'Crisis'
U.S. Jewish communal professionals says intermarriage is a problem demanding multi-million dollar intervention. But Jews like me don't buy it: not their 'crisis' definition, the political framing, nor the 'solutions' they offer.
There’s no easier way to calculate the disconnect between Jewish leaders and their constituents than to compare their deepest concerns. For example, in 2013, Jane Eisner, editor in chief of the Forward, wrote...
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