Thursday, February 11, 2016 AdarI 2, 5776
What Has Abortion Got to Do With the Presidency? Jonathan Tobin's column, "Can the Center Hold?" (A Matter of Opinion, Oct. 4), is correct, but depressing. Have these anti-abortion zealots who would refuse to support Rudy Giuliani contemplated what a Hillary Clinton victory would bring for a rash of issues of real consequence to them -- not to mention her...
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Visiting Israeli Jurist's No True Judge of Democracy The report about former Israeli Supreme Court chief justice Aharon Barak coming to the National Constitution Center to lecture Philadelphians about democracy was hilarious (City & Suburb: "To Mark Constitution's Birthday, Judge Considers Democratic Process," Sept. 20). Your article noted that "Barak is not without his critics" in Israel. That's quite an...
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Money Spent on Museum: A Tragic Loss for the Area With all due respect to George M. Ross and Ronald Rubin, Jonathan Tobin is correct on this point: a Jewish museum is one of the last things the community needs (Letters: "Museum Speaks of Past, Present and Future," Sept. 20). This project has diverted precious funds that might have gone...
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Museum Speaks of Past, Present and Future Jonathan Tobin's column (A Matter of Opinion: "Golden Ticket to Oblivion," Aug. 30) advocating increased funding for Jewish day schools is well taken, but his gratuitous attack on the National Museum of American Jewish History was unfortunate. Tobin clearly doesn't understand the dynamic role the museum will play in furthering Jewish education in...
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Community Must Find a Way to Fund Day Schools I applaud Jonathan Tobin for his analysis of day-school education, as described in "Golden Ticket to Oblivion" (A Matter of Opinion, Aug. 30). As a day-school administrator, I have seen firsthand how the high cost of tuition is a crippling obstacle for many Jewish families considering enrolling their children. Throughout our...
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