Anti-Semitism is a culture of commonly held malicious assumptions and attitudes toward Jews and Judaism.
In many ways, Edith Halpert embodied the spirit of American pragmatism, which is how she explained herself: “I either had to stagnate, which was a thing I dreaded, or go ahead, and the only way to go ahead was to do something beyond what I was doing.”
“Few people have never been mistreated or hurt others. Jewish tradition makes demands of both parties.”
Slow cookers are back. Not the clunky ones your mother used to have, but shiny, multifunction contraptions that are now a must-have in every kitchen.