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Why Golda Meir left us a legacy of Zionism without feminism. The politics behind ordaining women rabbis. Cynthia Ozick’s well-argued vindication of the rights of Jewish women.

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Notes Toward Finding the Right Question

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Life lessons from the mythological Lilith. Betty Friedan on her feminine mystique & being Jewish. Those thorny Jewish women's organizations.

I. B. Singers Misogyny

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The Nobel Prizewinner’s work is not only a distortion of the reality of East European Jewish life generally, but is also permeated with a pernicious view of women as insatiable sexual predators.

Golda’s Ambiguous Legacy

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Why did this extraordinary woman leave us a legacy of Zionism without Feminism when she herself suffered discrimination as a woman and struggled mightily against stereotyped gender roles "to be a person?"

The Politics of Women’s Ordination

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Life lessons from the mythological Lilith. Betty Friedan on her feminine mystique & being Jewish. Those thorny Jewish women's organizations.

Lines of Communication

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