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avatar John-Paul Pagano
John-Paul Pagano is a freelance writer who focuses on utopian and totalitarian ideas, mostly as they find expression in reaction to Israel and modernity. He examines the reliance of revolutionary politics on anti-Semitism and the failures of progressives responding to that dynamic. He has been blogging since late 2002, mainly at The Socialism of Fools. His essays have appeared in The Jewish Press. He lives in Brooklyn.

ARTICLES BY: John-Paul Pagano


September 10, 2015 6:56 am
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Jeremy Corbyn and the Contagion of Conspiracy Theories

British MP Jeremy Corbyn, who is favored to become leader of the Labour Party, has an older brother. Piers Corbyn is a shaggy, mad-scientist version of his better-known sibling. Early...

May 30, 2013 12:22 pm
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Support for Israel and American Identity

The news has no regard for ratings. No matter how grand, shocking or strange life may be, the rhythm of events is staccato and...

Features

After 130 Years, Poughkeepsie’s Jews Get an Eruv

JNS.org - In the rich, nearly 130-year history of the organized Jewish community in Poughkeepsie, NY, pushing a stroller or...

Holocaust Survivors’ Grandchildren Keep Stories Alive With Help of Vast Archives

JNS.org - As the world marks Yom HaShoah (Holocaust Memorial Day) this week, staffers...

World

All 100 US Senators Sign Letter Urging UN Chief to ‘Root Out’ W...

All 100 U.S. senators signed a letter Thursday asking U.N. Secretary General António Guterres to address what the lawmakers call...

Israel

UNESCO Draft Resolution Declaring Israeli Sovereignty Over Jerusalem ‘...

The United Nations' cultural organization UNESCO is to vote next Tuesday, May 2, on a resolution introduced by the Palestinians and...

Middle East

London Conference Promoting Trade With Iran Draws Strong Warning Over ̵...

A global conference in London promoting trade with Iran has drawn a warning from a leading advocacy group opposed to...

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