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Torture: Is It Always Immoral? - Rabbi Meir Soloveichik, Professor Stephen Casey, and Rabbi Aryeh Klapper
"From American Soldier to Nazi Slave Laborer" - Robert R. Max
The New Anti-Semitism by Alvin Rosenfeld at the University of Scranton
"Jews, American Popular Culture and the Politics of Identity," Dr. Matt Sienkiewicz
"Israel: Dangers and Opportunities in the Days Ahead" by Bret Stephens
“From Vienna to Omaha Beach” Weinberg Judaic Studies Institute Lecture - Edmund Rosenblum
The Church and the Jews: Fifty Years Since Vatican II - David Berger, Philip Cunningham
An American Soldier During the Holocaust - Abraham Plotkin
Isadore Twersky, "Rationality and Spirituality: Perspectives on Maimonides"
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