Autumn Note: The Future of Jewcentricity

An old obsession goes virtual in the age of globalization.

Appeared in: Volume 05, Number 1 | Published on: September 1, 2009
Adam Garfinkle is editor of The American Interest. This essay is adapted from Jewcentricity: How the Jews Get Praised, Blamed and Used to Explain Nearly Everything (John Wiley & Sons).
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