Tony Michels – Historian, University of Wisconsin

Tony Michels - Historian, University of Wisconsin: “Jews placed so much hope in emancipation, in communism, in revolution, in socialism, in liberalism, in Zionism, all these things that were supposed to solve the existential problems of Jews, and all of them turned out to be, in one way or another, problematic, all of them.”

“Jews placed so much hope in emancipation, in communism, in revolution, in socialism, in liberalism, in Zionism, all these things that were supposed to solve the existential problems of Jews, and all of them turned out to be, in one way or another, problematic, all of them.”

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