Author: Doris Friedensohn (Full Court Press, Englewood Cliffs, NJ, 2018) Reviewed by Theresa Forsman “The charm, one might say the genius of memory, is that it is choosy, chancy, and temperamental: […]
Ethical Culture Review of Books
Welcome to the Ethical Culture Review of Books, reviews written by members and friends of the Ethical Culture Society of Bergen County and, we hope soon, by members and friends of Ethical Culture societies nationwide. We invite your comments on any review.
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Editorial Board: Ethical Culture Society of Bergen County members Marc Bernstein, who is also former archivist for the American Ethical Union; Joseph Chuman, leader of the Society, and Theresa Forsman.
Click here to read Part One A veteran activist, wizened and white, recently gave me this advice: I used to think I needed to understand how black people suffer from […]
By Lawrence J. Friedman (Columbia University Press, 2013) Reviewed by Joseph Chuman Erich Fromm changed my life–in very big ways. Vogue authors abounded on college campuses in the […]
Author: Joseph Chuman (CreateSpace, North Charleston, S.C., 2014) Reviewed by Doris Friedensohn On the cover of Joseph Chuman’s Speaking of Ethics, a silhouetted male figure holds a bullhorn in his […]
Author: Diane Ravitch (Alfred Knopf, 2013) Reviewed by Doris Friedensohn Prepare to be upset. Prepare to be challenged. Diane Ravitch’s Reign of Error is a combative, fact-filled and persuasive condemnation of […]
Author: George Packer (Farrar, Strauss and Giroux, 2013) Reviewed by Theresa Forsman In the prologue to The Unwinding: An Inner History of the New […]