Yeah, Yeah, Yeah
It’s that time of year. Smiling at you from your local bookstore, wearing the power tie, the dark navy suit, looking rugged but not too rugged, trim, confident, saying to you from that picture on the cover, “Vote for Me.”
Most of us remember the 1970s as a collective bad hair day. Many of us roll our eyes and shake our heads whenever we see old footage of bell-bottom-clad women and men wearing those absurdly broad ties and wide lapels.
Examining the Tangled Ties That Bind Jews, Blacks
Few subjects are more charged in contemporary society than relations between American blacks and American Jews. In the 1960s, Jews were at the forefront of white efforts to aid the cause of civil rights, while in the 1990s, black-Jewish relations were a touchstone of ethnic and racial tensions.