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By Daphne Lazar Price I have long been a keeper of women’s stories, many of which relate to fertility and reproductive choices, experiences generally shrouded in secrecy. While I am honored to be trusted with these personal accounts, I look forward to, and am working toward, a time when women

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By Hannah Kasper Levinson I have a question that has guided me and confused me through so much of my life. Am I a Jew? I know that according to Jewish law, I am Jewish, since my mother is Jewish. But am I Jewish enough? I wonder this every Friday

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By Edwin Black It will come as a shock to most Americans, but no presidential candidate — nor any agency at the local, state or federal level, has developed a contingency plan in the event of a protracted oil cut-off. It is not even being discussed. Government has prepared for

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By Dr. David M. Novick Both President Barack Obama and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu addressed the American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) Policy Conference 2011, which took place on May 22-24 in Washington, D.C. This was the largest AIPAC Policy Conference ever, with more than 10,000 delegates and 500-plus

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Milton A. Marks, the Federation’s oldest living president, looks back on the East End, leadership, and his mentor By Marshall Weiss, The Dayton Jewish Observer When Milton A. Marks was a year old in 1919, his parents moved to Dayton’s East End from Kentucky; the Dayton National Bank had recruited

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