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Tikkun Magazine: Fall 2011 Issue
This is the Fall 2011 issue of Tikkun Magazine. Price for magazine includes First Class shipping and handling within the United States. (Sales tax will be added for California residents.)
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Fall 2011 Table of Contents
Volume 26, Issue 4
Letters to the Editor
Austerity as Spiritual Depression: The Current Economic Assault on the Middle Class
We Are Staying In Print
Recognize Palestine! Recognize Israel!
High Holiday Workbook
It’s not just Jews who can benefit from repentance and atonement.
The Legacy of Abraham Joshua Heschel
by ROBERT ERLEWINE
Susannah Heschel’s new collection of her father’s writings gives us an opportunity to re-immerse ourselves in the wisdom of the twentieth century’s greatest Jewish religious thinker.
Politics & Society
The Arab Awakening and the Israeli-Palestinian Connection
by TONY KLUG
The Arab Spring has opened new possibilities for peace in Israel/Palestine—possibilities that the Israeli leadership has yet to fully understand.
Fresh Tactics and New Voices in the Movement for Justice and Freedom in the Middle East
by RAE ABILEAH
Thanks to energetic activism and new social media tools, the movement against the Occupation is coming alive.
Is Addiction Really A Disease? A Challenge to Twelve-Step Programs
by NICHOLAS GRANT BOEVING
The disease model has great therapeutic impact. But is it really telling the truth about addiction?
Twelve-Step Healing: Beyond Disease Metaphors and God-Talk
by SHERINE KAUFMAN
There are deeper reasons why twelve-step programs have been so successful in healing people.
Dr. Seuss’s Progressive Politics
by PETER DREIER
Behind the cute drawings and catchy rhymes, there is a deep ethical message in Dr. Seuss’s children’s books.
From the Beginning of Time to the End of Days
The Tree of Life by Terrence Malick/Fox Searchlight Pictures
Review by DAVID STERRITT
The Work of Healing
Beautiful Unbroken: One Nurse’s Life by Mary Jane Nealon
Review by KATHRYN RHETT
Sword and Plowshare in Jewish Thought
The Peace and Violence of Judaism by Robert Eisen
Review By ARTHUR WASKOW
by DON BOGEN
Where Justice Dwells by Jill Jacobs
The Persistence of the Color Line by Randall Kennedy
Reshaping the Work-Family Debate: Why Men and Class Matter by Joan C. Williams
Blessed Are The Organized by Jeffrey Stout