Election 2016: Jewish and Historical Perspectives
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Election 2016: Jewish and Historical Perspectives

Election 2016: Jewish and Historical Perspectives

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Yale Club of New York City

50 Vanderbilt Avenue

New York, NY 10017

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Election 2016: Jewish and Historical Perspectives

This lively conversation will explore the campaign and the outcomes from an historical and communal perspective. How did these campaigns differ from earlier ones, how were they the same? How did Jews engage and vote? How did Jewish Communal Organizations respond to historically unprecedented public discourse?

The panel will feature David Greenberg '90 and the Yale Alfred Cowles Professor of Political Science Steven B. Smith, and be moderated by NY Times journalist Judith Shulevitz '86, author of The Sabbath World. Greenberg recently published Republic of Spin: An Inside History of the American Presidency, and Smith just published Modernity and its Discontents.

Hosted by The Yale Club of New York

The panel will be followed by a Latke and wine reception.

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