Jewish Frontier

Jewish Frontier was the respected Labor Zionist Journal published continuously from 1934 to 2005.  Its mission was to explore, advance, and, where appropriate, reshape the humanistic ideas and progressive values that underlie modern Labor Zionist thought and belief, which are still relevant today. The Jewish Frontier was founded by Hayim Greenberg and Marie Syrkin.

  • April-June 2002 - This Issue has articles about In the Wake of Violence, Antisemitism Arab Talk, and the Palestinian Authority and Congressional Doubt.
  • January-February 1998 - This Issue has articles about the 33rd World Zionist Congress, Part two of What Ails Zionism, and Israel: After Levy's Resignation.
  • January-February 1999 - This Issue has articles about The Election Frenzy: Will Israelis Back Bibi on May 17th?, A Burning Bush: Moshe Sneh, and Master Spy Eli Cohen.
  • January-February 2002 - This Issue has articles about The Jewish Problem, Diagnosis of Diaspora, and The Right to Self-Defense.
  • July-August 1997 - This Issue has articles about the Post Peres Labor, Zionism and the Jewish State, and Histradut Renewal.
  • July-August 1998 - This Issue has articles about Netanyahu's Dilemma, Histradut Elects Amir Peretz, and LZA Convention Highlights.
  • July-September 2002 - This Issue has articles about Changes in Israel's Labor, Misconceptions of the Left, and Resolutions of the 33rd National LZA Convention.
  • March-April 1996 - This Issue has articles about the Gulf War in Retrospect, Abba Hillel Silver and Labor Zionism, and the Jewish Family.
  • March-April 1998 - This Issue has articles about War and Peace in the Middle East, Israel's Identity Problems, and The Yitzhak Rabin Story.
  • May-June 1997 - This Issue has articles about Israel Peace, World Zionist Congress Elections, and Peace: Zionist Vision or Fantasy?
  • May-June 1998 - This Issue is dedicated to Israel's 50th Birthday.
  • November-December 1997 - This Issue has articles about Bibi's Troubles, Zionism's Second Century, and What Ails Zionism?
  • November-December 1998 - This Issue has articles about The Basics of Israeli/Arab Conflicts, Iraq and Israel's Security, and Secularism Deconstructed.
  • September-October 1997 - This Issue has articles about Theocracy v. Democracy, Zionist Congress Elections, and a Review of Modern Yiddish Culture.
  • September-October 1998 - This Issue has articles about Wooden Synagogues, Ephraim Sneh Speaks Out, and Uncle Sam's First Jewish Commodore: Uriah P. Levy.
  • Spring 1999 - This Issue has articles about Israeli Elections Heat Up, Religious Dilemma Examined, and Clinton as "Boychick".
  • Spring 2003 - This Issue has articles about Daniel De Leon: A Socialist Maverick, The Curse of Intolerance, and Whither Europe.
  • Summer 1999 - This Issue has articles about Ehud Barak's Inaugural Address, A Sweet and Sour Victory, and Jewish Dualism.
  • Summer 2003 - This Issue has articles about Peace Fire: Fragments from the Israel- Palestine Story, Who Murdered Mary Phagan, and The December Dilemma.
  • Summer 2004 - This Issue has articles about Space-Age Zionism, The Magen-David: History of a Symbol, and The Dilemma of Israeli Arabs.
  • Summer 2005 - This Issue has articles about Hebron Horrors, Conference Call with Ami Ayalon, and Catching Up with Israel.
  • Summer-Fall 2001 - This Issue has articles about Remembering Daniel Greenberg, The Roots and Meaning of Holocaust Denial, and The Lindenberghs and the Jews.
  • Winter 2001 - This Issue has articles about The LZA LA Convention, Labor's Greatest Defeat Since 1977, and Yerida and its Discontents.