We ask our rabbis, “Should Jews be for or against the right to bear arms?”
Paul Baumann reviews “More Desired than Our Owne Salvation: The Roots of Christian Zionism” by Robert O. Smith
Nearly four decades after the Khmer Rouge massacre of close to two million Cambodians, a war crimes tribunal tries to convict the regime’s surviving leaders. But poverty, corruption, government resistance and Buddhist precepts that discourage examination of the past impede justice.
Michael Duffy reviews “The American Sun & Wind Moving Picture Company,” by Jay Neugeboren