<em>Edward Shapiro is a Professor of History at Seton Hall University</em>.
The complicated history of Black-Jewish relations in America.
Tensions and schism's in one of America's first large Jewish communities
After World War II, American Jews left the cities for the burgeoning suburbs.
Brandeis rose quickly to academic excellence, but the nature of its Jewish character remains ambiguous.
When the Rosenbergs were charged with spying, American Jews feared an anti-Semitic backlash.
Civil rights and wrongs.
Nice place to visit, wouldn't want to live there.
The post-war politics of American Jews were shaped more by Jewish experience than Jewish tradition.