The new left: Zionist youth movements in 1960s America


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Dr. Tal Elmaliach, a historian of Zionism at the University of Wisconsin, discusses with host Gilad Halpern how Zionist youth movements played an increasingly significant role in redefining American Judaism in the 1960s.

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