"[Of] the 12 well-crafted essays in this volume...the most useful are those dealing with the Holocaust."- Choice "Especially recommended for college-level students of Jewish history and culture." - The Bookwatch This is a critical exploration of the most repercussive topics in modern Jewish history and thought. A sequel to Katz's National Jewish Book Award-winning study, Post-Holocaust Dialogues, this book identifies the main issues in the contemporary Jewish intellectual universe and outlines a larger, more synthetic understanding of contemporary Jewish existence.
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