Letters

Letters | July 1, 2020

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Annexation blues Regarding “What does annexation mean for American Jews?” (June 25): Without even waiting for the final specifics of the plan , you’ve got...

Letters | June 24, 2020

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Picking on Cotton Saul Golubcow gets it right concerning the New York Times’ handling of Sen. Cotton’s (R-Ark.) op-ed (“Is Sen. Cotton Shammai or Goebbels?”...

Letters | June 17, 2020

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Is Sen. Cotton Shammai or Goebbels? I’ve long admired Yehuda Kurtzer’s thoughts on how pluralism moderates extremism and divisiveness in the Jewish community and, in...

Letters | June 10, 2020

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Only 80 percent of success is showing up As white Jews, we really have to do better than just showing up to a periodic rally....

Letters | June 3, 2020

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The prayers of Jewish military chaplains Thank you to Sheldon Goldberg for his May 28 letter, noting that Jewish servicemen and women “are an integral...

Letters | May 27, 2020

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Donning the uniform is part of Jewish American heritage The May 21 issue highlighted May’s Jewish American Heritage Month with the article “What is the...

Letters | May 20, 2020

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A divinely inspired mistake? I differ with “Coronavirus and religious freedom” (Editorial, May 14). Contra this editorial, when New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio...

Letters | May 13, 2020

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Life and death Paul Socken raises several interesting questions in “When did elderly people like me become disposable?” (Voices, May 7). I am in my mid-80s,...

Letters | May 6, 2020

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ZOA, HIAS and the Tree of Life Who could believe that a major Jewish organization would delay the selection of a new leader because of...

Letters | April 29, 2020

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Heroism without an option Thank you for your article about heroes (“Behind the masks, very human heroes,” April 23). The people in your article are...