December 24, 2012 4:24am
Anyone committed to financial support of Jewish causes likely has grappled with the dilemma of how to choose among many worthy causes.
May 4, 2011 8:36pm
Today’s Jewish leaders have mostly come up short in responding forcefully at a critical time for the community, Aryeh Rubin writes, and we need different criteria in finding independent, creative thinkers and committed doers.
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