Opinion

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"Broken Glass": What it means to be a Jew in America

Arthur Miller is our very own American Shakespeare. Broken Glass is one of Miller's lesser-known works - it ran only 73 performances when it opened on Broadway in 1994, although it was Tony-nominated - and is probably this Jewish playwright's most Jewish play.

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Murderers among us

A newly-released report details how U.S. agencies colluded to keep Nazi war criminals free.

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Novels, memory and the Holocaust

Holocaust Remembrance Day just passed, and it got me thinking about memory and empathy.