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WINTER 2004  
Vol. 33, No. 2


The Spring 2005 issue of Reform Judaism magazine, to be received in homes by mid April, is scheduled to contain the following articles:

  • “How Has the War in Iraq Changed the Prospects of Peace in the Middle East?”— An RJ symposium featuring contributions by distinguished diplomats, legislators, writers, and scholars
  • “American Jewry Comes of Age " by Philip Mandelbaum – In honor of the 350 th anniversary of American Jewry, some eight Jewish scholars shed light on the defining events that precipitated new levels of Jewish self-confidence and acceptance in America.
  • “Deciding To Forgive” by Jane R. Plitt—After Rosemarie Molser’s best childhood friend Inge betrayed her--disclosing a critical remark she’d made to the Nazis—Rosemarie lost her father, her friends, and her homeland. Nearly seventy years later, she agrees to see Inge again, wondering if it’s time to reconcile.

And much more!




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