Dr. Linda Bayer

7606 Sixteenth Street, N. W.

Washington, D.C. 20012

(202) 829-5364 (work); (202) 829-6565 or 829-1055 (home)

Academic and Professional Appointments

9/96-1/01 Executive Office of the President; Washington, D.C.

Senior Writer / Strategic Analyst, Chief Speechwriter / Editor; ONDCP

5/98-5/99 America’s Promise: Alliance for Youth; Alexandria, Virginia

Writer (consultant) for Gen. Colin Powell, Chairman

9/89-6/90United States Naval Academy; Annapolis, Maryland

Assistant Professor of English

9/82-6/88Boston University; Boston, Massachusetts

Assistant Professor of Humanities

9/80-8/82American University; Washington, D.C.

Director, Arts and Humanities Washington Semester Program

Assistant Professor of Literature and American Studies

9/76-6/80Hartford College for Women; Hartford, Connecticut

Associate Professor of Art History, Director of Writing Clinic

9/75-6/80Wesleyan University; Middletown, Connecticut

Visiting Assistant Professor of English; Director of Writing, Afro-American Studies

1/77-6/77Hebrew University; Jerusalem, Israel

Sam and Ayala Zacks Chair in Literature and Art History

9/73-8/75University of New Haven; West Haven, Connecticut

Adjunct Lecturer in English


9/84Harvard University; Cambridge, Massachusetts

Graduate School of Education; Ed.D., M.Ed.; (11/90); Counseling and Consulting Psychology

9/71-6/73Florida State University; Tallahassee, Florida

Graduate Program in Humanities; Ph.D. (6/76); English and Art History

Florida State University Study Center in Florence, Italy (1972)

9/69-5/70Clark University; Worcester, Massachusetts; English; M.A. (5/72)

9/66-8/69Boston University; Boston, Massachusetts

Major: English, Minor: Sociology; B.A. (8/69)

9/68-6/69New York University; New York, New York

Special Student in English

Media and Administrative Appointments / Government Clearance

1/97-Top Security Clearance

9/92-8/96Washington Jewish Week; Rockville, Maryland

Book Review Editor, Features Editor, Copy Editor

Syndicated internationally through JTA wires out of New York. Weekly column (book reviews, interviews, news, travel pieces, theater / museum critiques) carried over wires.

9/83-Washington Internship Program, Director

Washington, D.C.

8/01-Robert Weiner & Associates, Senior Associate

Washington, D.C.

Honors and Awards

White House Excellent Performance Award, December 17, 1999; December 22, 2000

White House Outstanding Performance Award, December 23, 1998

Simon Rockower Award for Excellence in Arts and Criticism News and Features (8 / 1995), from AJ Press Association (Austin, Texas); conferred 5/30/'96. Second Place Award, legal ethics and literature: “Review of Novel The Advocate's Devil by Alan Dershowitz,” Moment Magazine 

Who’s Who National Registry, 2001 edition

Boston University, Hillel Fellow (1989) 

Writer in residence, Mishkanot Sha'annanim; Jerusalem, Israel (November, 1988)

University Fellowship; Clark University (1969-70)

Clinical Experience

9/86-6/87Judge Baker Guidance Center

Boston, Massachusetts

9/85-6/86Harvard University Clinic

English High School; Boston, Massachusetts

Publications: Books

The Gothic Imagination (now in second printing)

Associated University Presses and Fairleigh Dickinson University Press, 1982

The Blessing and the Curse (second printing, 1989) JPS, 1988

reviewed: New York Times (Sunday) 9/'88; (50 reviews, see full resume p. 38)

Strategic Communications: Selected Writings (two books of my articles)

White House (Executive Office of the President)

Office of National Drug Control Policy, Volume I: 1999, Volume II: 2000

Ruth Bader Ginsburg; Women of Achievement Series (second female Justice on High Court)

Chelsea House Publishers, 2000 (in addition to bookstores, sold at Supreme Court)

Elie Wiesel: Spokesman for Remembrance; in Holocaust Biographies (life of Nobel laureate)

Rosen Publishing Group, October 2000 (under consideration for a national book award)

Quincy Jones, in Overcoming Adversity Series (biography of leading black musician)

Chelsea House Publishers, 2000

Crack and Cocaine; Junior Drug Awareness Series

Chelsea House Publishers, 1999

Inhalants and Solvents; Junior Drug Awareness Series

Chelsea House Publishers, 1999

Amphetamines and Other Uppers; Junior Drug Awareness Series

Chelsea House Publishers, 1999

Encyclopedia of Psychological Disorders, Volume on:

Out of Control: Gambling and Other Impulse-Control Disorders

Chelsea House Publishers, September 2000

Sleep Disorders; Encyclopedia of Psychological Disorders

Chelsea House Publishers, September 2000

Uneasy Lives: Anxiety Disorders; Encyclopedia of Psychological Disorders

Chelsea House Publishers, 2000

Personality Disorders; Encyclopedia of Psychological Disorders

Chelsea House Publishers, 2000

Strange Visions: Hallucinogen-Related Disorders: Encyclopedia of Psychological Disorders

Chelsea House Publishers, 2000

Drugs, Crime, and Criminal Justice; Crime, Justice, and Punishment Series

Chelsea House Publishers, July 2001

Books Edited:

Twenty-First Century Health and Wellness Series, wrote introduction to all volumes

in name of former Surgeon General C. Everett Koop

Chelsea House Publishers, 2000

Mistreatment of Women in Colombia by Elena Eder

2001, editing in progress

Disasters: Reforms and Ramifications, wrote introduction to all books in series: 

in name of Red Cross National Chairman for Armed-Forces Emergency Services

Chelsea House Publishers, 2000

Building Amid the Rubble: Business Ethics and the Holocaust, by Joseph Tenenbaum Accepted: International Scholars Press, 2000

A Nation and a Land: The Life and Eloquence of Nathan Mileikowsky Netanyahu

by Saadya Netanyahu (former Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s uncle)

Mesorah Publishing, 1998

Darkness and Hope by Sam Halpern

Sheingold Publishers, 1996

Birthrights by Linda R. Benson

(novel about Islamic terrorism; author is English professor at University of Michigan) 

From Normandy Invasion to the Battle of the Bulge: One Soldier’s Story of War

by George Marlow with Linda Bayer, New York: Charles Roth Inc., July 4, 1999


As senior writer and strategic analyst at the White House, I wrote 300 published articles, opinion editorials, speeches, and features in the name of President Bill Clinton, Vice President Al Gore, ONDCP Director Barry McCaffrey, and other Cabinet members (Attorney General Janet Reno, Health and Human Services Secretary Donna Shalala, Education Secretary Dick Riley, etc.). These pieces were printed in top newspapers, magazines, professional journals, law reviews, and scholarly venues throughout the country and in translation abroad. (See following pages.) The White House published two volumes of my collected writings (1999 and 2000). 

Editorials, Op-Eds, and Speeches:

“Packages of Hope for Children,” Washington Times, (April 12, 1998), for Gen. Colin Powell, (ret.), Chairman, America’s Promise: Alliance for Youth, p. B1. (Scripps Howard News Service distributed to 400 papers.)

“A Way to Beat Illegal Drugs,” Washington Post, (April 17, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. A21.

“Bread of Hope Can Nourish Our Children,” Houston Chronicle, (April 12, 1998), for Colin Powell, Outlook Section, p. 1.

“Unethical Reasons for Legalizing Drugs,” Business Week, (April 24, 2000), p. 18.

“Message Out to Kids,” Cleveland Plain Dealer, (July 29, 1998), for Barry McCaffrey, p. 9B.

“Media Blitz Is Effective Against Drugs,” Chicago Tribune, (July 29, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. 1-16.

Veterans’ Day speech at Vietnam Memorial, delivered by McCaffrey, “Vietnam Veterans' Leadership in Our Communities,” Vital Speeches of the Day, (January 15, 1998), p. 222.

“Advertising Is a Key Weapon in War Against Drug Abuse,” Denver Post, (January 16, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. B7.

“Junkie America Feeds Drug Trade,” Wall Street Journal, (December 18, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. A23.

“Cooperation with Mexico; Flaws and All, Still the Best,” Los Angeles Times, (October 10, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. A11.

“War on Drugs and Stereotypes,” Washington Times,” (Sunday, October 5, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. B4. (Scripps Howard News Service distributed nationwide.)

“Medical Marijuana? Don’t Do It, D.C.,” Washington Post, (September 9, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. A19.

Written charge, in the name of President Bill Clinton, to participants at National Methamphetamine Conference; Omaha, Nebraska, (May 23, 1997).

“The New Front in the Drug War: the Media,” Christian Science Monitor (May 30, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. 19.

“A Drug-Free Open Society,” Washington Post, (March 12, 1997), p. A19.

“The White House War on Drugs,” Wall Street Journal, in “Review and Outlook” section, (November 4, 1996), p. A22. 

“Moving in a Risky ... or Safe Direction on Drugs?” Washington Times, (Sunday, December 22, 1966), for Gen. McCaffrey, p. B4. (Distributed by Scripps Howard News Service).

“Legalization Is Real Goal,” USA Today, (January 2, 1997), p. 10A.

“Mass Manipulation of Young Minds,” Los Angeles Times, (January 2, 1997), for McCaffrey,

p. B7.

“Proposition 215 Is Bad Medicine,” San Francisco Chronicle, (October 7, 1996), for McCaffrey, p. A19.

“Troubled Families,” WJW, (December 24, 1992).

“Pardons and Pollard,” WJW, (December 31, 1992).

“Year of the Fourth Estate,” WJW, (January 7, 1993).

“Holocaust Denial,” WJW, (April 22, 1993), p. 44.

“Courageous Orthodox,” WJW, (July 8, 1993), p. 12.

“Getting a Get,” WJW, (October 21, 1993), p. 16.

“Saudi Persecution,” WJW, (November 4, 1993), p. 22.

“Hard Choices,” WJW, (May 19, 1994), p. 12.

“Making Memory a Blessing,” WJW, (June 1, 1995), p. 16.

“Nix on Stone's Kissinger,” WJW, (January 25, 1996), p. 22.

Articles, Short Stories, and Other Pieces:

“Intern Gets Inside View of Capitol,” Columbus Ledger-Enquirer, (August 6, 2001), pp. C1/3.

“A Couple of Letters: A Korean War Love Story,” review of We Will Not Be Strangers; Korean War Letters Between a M.A.S.H. Surgeon and His Wife by Dorothy Horwitz, B’nai B’rith International Monthly, (March/April, 2000), pp. 42-49.

“Old and New Faces of Bangkok,” WJW, (December 9, 1999), p. 37.

“Drug Policy Director Misrepresented,” USA Today, (September 4, 1997), p. 12A.

“A New Plan to Fight Drugs,” Washington Times, (March 6, 1998), for White House ONDCP Director McCaffrey, p. A21.

“Faithful Should Come to Aid of Our Children,” Dayton Daily News, April 30, for Colin Powell, p. 15A.

“Anti-Drug Ads Tested in State,” Racine Journal Times, (January 25, 1998), for McCaffrey,

p. 5D.

“A New Message; Portland Will Test Anti-Drug Campaign,” Oregonian, (January 20, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. D29.

“Anti-Drug Campaign Targets Siouxland,” Sioux City Journal, (January 18, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. A8.

“Media Should Join Government to Push Anti-Drug Message,” Arizona Daily Star, (January 16, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. A17.

“Kids and Drugs: What Works,” Washington Times, (January 13, 1998), for McCaffrey, p..A15.

“Idaho Media Campaign Targets Youth,” Idaho Statesman, (January 13, 1998), for McCaffrey,

p. 7A.

“Using the Media to Help Fight Drug Use,” San Diego Union Tribune, (January 9, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. B7.

“Remarks by Barry McCaffrey at American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry Eighth Annual Meeting, American Academy of Addiction Psychiatry Newsletter, (January, 1998), p. 1.

“General McCaffrey Speaks on Drug Control Strategy,” The Prosecutor, publication of the National District Attorneys Association, (March/April, 1998), p. 31. (Delivered in San Antonio, December 5, 1997.) 

“A New Media Campaign on Drugs,” Louisville Courier-Journal, (March 10, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. A7.

“Drug Problem Requires Cooperation,” El Paso Times, (March 18, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. 8A.

Dos Claves para Reducir el Uso de las Drogas,” Reforma (Mexico City paper), (March 17, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. 20A.

Dos Claves para Reducir el Uso de las Drogas,” El Norte (Monterrey paper), (March 17,1998), for McCaffrey, p. 7A.

“Keynote Speech” delivered by McCaffrey at 33rd Annual CNOA Training Institute in Monterey, California Narcotic Officer, (April, 1998), p. 39.

“America Launches Anti-Drug Youth Campaign,” Dareline International, for McCaffrey, (May, 1998), p. 25.

“When Kids Know the Truth about Drugs, Use Declines,” Biloxi Sun Herald, (May 6, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. B3.

“Drugs International,” Washington Times, (June 10, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. A21.

“Anti-Drug Effort Must Begin at U.S.-Mexico Border,” Arizona Republic, (June 25, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. B7.

Vi Forklarar Inte Krig Mot Knarket” (“We Don’t Declare War Against Drugs”), Dagens Nyheter (Swedish newspaper), (July 13, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. A4. 

Legaliseren van Drugs is uit de tijd en levensgevaarlijk” (“Legalization of Drugs Is Out-of-Date and Dangerous”), Het Parool (Amsterdam paper, Netherlands), (July 16, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. 8.

Wij hebben onze les geleerd: Drugs moet je nooit Legaliseren” (“We have Learned Our Lesson: Drugs Should Never Be Legalized”), Haagsche Courant (Hague paper, Netherlands), (July 16, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. 11.

“Harm-Reduction Strategy Won’t Work,” Oregon Bulletin, (July 31, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. A6.

“Legalization Would Be the Wrong Direction,” Los Angeles Times, (July 27, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. A11.

“Media Helpful in Anti-Drug Youth Drive,” New Orleans Times Picayune, (July 14, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. B5.

“Drug-Abuse Treatment Saves Tax-Payer Dollars and Resources,” Recovered (July, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. 30.

“Confronting America’s Drug Problem,” San Diego Union Tribune, (August 2, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. G3.

“Legalization of Drugs Wrong Regardless of How It Is Done,” Houston Chronicle, (August 2, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. 4C.

“Decriminalizing Drugs Is Wrong,” Cincinnati Enquirer, (August 6, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. A14.

La Legalization de las Drogas Seria un Error,” Clarin (Buenos Aires paper), (August 19,1998), for McCaffrey.

“Legalizing Drugs Is Wrong,” Miami Herald, (August 20, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. 21A.

“Treatment Saves Money and Lives,” D.A.R.E.LINE International, (Issue 5, summer), for McCaffrey, p. 42.

“Race and Drugs: Perception and Reality; New Ruling for Crack Versus Powder Cocaine,” One Hundred Black Men of America Report: Special Edition, (summer 1998), for McCaffrey, p. 24.

“Cocaine: Will Congress Act?” The Crisis (NAACP publication), for McCaffrey,

(September / October 1998), p. 18.

“ONDCP Director Barry McCaffrey Speaks out on Treatment,” TCA News (Therapeutic Communities of America), (fall 1998), p. 1.

“Seeing through the Haze of Medical Marijuana,” Las Vegas Review-Journal,

(October 18, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. 1E.

“Under Kitchen Sink: Home Product ‘Drug’ Problem,” Christian Science Monitor,

(October 22, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. 11.

“We Should Use Science, Not the Ballot Box, to Minister to Disease,” Seattle Times, (October 27, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. B5. 

“Approval of Proposition 300 Would Quash Drug-Legalization Efforts,” Arizona Republic, (October 29, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. B7. 

“Ballot-box Prescriptions Risky,” USA Today, (October 30, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. 14A.

“Yes or No for Marijuana?” Washington Times, (November 1, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. B4.

“White House Drug Chief Rejects War Analogy,” USA Today, (November 9, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. 24A. 

“Media Meeting Objectives of Drug Campaign,” Los Angeles Daily News, (November 20, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. 35.

“U.S. Drug Policy Sound, Despite What Molly Ivins Might Think,” Oregonian, (November 25, 1998), p B11. 

“Column on Drug War Thirty Years Too Late,” San Antonio News Express, (December 2, 1998), p. 5B. 

“Media Campaign a Key in Cutting Youth Drug Use,” San Antonio Express News,

(December 5, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. 7B.

“Country Doesn’t Need to View Fight against Drugs as War,” Minneapolis Star Tribune, (December 5, 1998), p. A27.

“Drug Legalizers Make a Weak Case,” Raleigh News and Observer, (December 8, 1998), p. 19A. 

“Anti-Drug Campaign Is Reaching Our Youth,” San Diego Union Tribune, (December 9, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. B11

“Efforts to Combat Money Laundering,” Loyola International and Comparative Law Journal,“ Los Angeles, for McCaffrey, (December 1998), p. 791.

“Molly Ivins Was Wrong to Criticize U.S. Drug-Fighting Policy and Efforts,” Greensboro News and Record (N.C.), (December 13, 1998), p. F3.

“A Productive Year for the Office of National Drug Control Policy,” Washington Times, (December 31, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. A16. 

“Should Marijuana Be Legalized for Medicinal Purposes?” The Costco Connection magazine, for McCaffrey and Vereen, (January 1999).

“Send Right Message to Kids about Drugs,” Chicago Sun Times, (January 14, 1999), for McCaffrey, p. 24.

“Is Medical Marijuana an Oxymoron?” Physicians Weekly,” for Dr. Donald Vereen, (February 1, 1999).

“Heroin Access Spurs Need for Methadone,” USA Today, (January 25, 1999), for McCaffrey,

p. 13A. 

“Government at All Levels Must Fight Illegal Drugs,” Tallahassee Democrat,

(February 13, 1999), for Jim McDonough, p. 13A.

“Educating Youth Is Key To Success,” Charleston Post-Courier, (February 21, 1999), for McCaffrey, p. 17A.

“Methadone Needed to Save Lives, Reduce Crime,” Scranton Tribune, (February 28, 1999), for McCaffrey, p. C2.

“Nation’s Leader in Anti-Drug Effort Says Fight Can Be Won,” Medford,Oregon Mail Tribune, for McCaffrey, (March 14, 1999), p. 12A.

“Incarcerations Alone Will Not Stop the Cycle of Drug Abuse,” Washington Times,

(March 25, 1999), p. A22.

“Introduction: Staying away from Illegal Drugs, Tobacco Products, and Alcohol,” Heroin; Marijuana; Steroids; How to Say No; How to Get Help; Inhalants; Amphetamines and Other Uppers; Ecstasy and Other Designer Drugs; Nicotine and Cigarettes; LSD, PCP, and Other Hallucinogens; Crack and Cocaine; Alcohol, Pain Relievers, Diet Pills, and Other Over-the-Counter Drugs; Prozac and Other Antidepressants; Valium and Other Downers, from the Junior Drug Awareness Series, New York: Chelsea House, 1999, pp. 6-9.

“Mentoring: A Classic Way to Help Children Avoid Risky Behavior as Teens,” Seattle Post Intelligencer, (April 21, 1999), for McCaffrey, p. A15. 

“National Drug Control Strategy,” International Society for Addiction Medicine,

(April 25, 1999), for McCaffrey, p. 16.

“Drug Courts Offer Treatment to Nonviolent Offenders,” Miami Herald, (June 4, 1999), for McCaffrey, p. 18A. 

Mexico y los EU se Oponen a las Drogas Ilicitas Mediante la Cooperacion y no la Confrontacion,”El Mexicano, (June 25, 1999), for McCaffrey, p. 21A.

“Resisting Drugs through Cooperation,” San Diego Union Tribune, (June 27, 1999), for McCaffrey, p. G2.

“Don’t Legalize Those Drugs,” Washington Post, (June 29, 1999), for McCaffrey, p. A15.

“Resist Passing Law of Self-destruction,” Arizona Republic, (July 25, 1999), for McCaffrey,

p. B7.

“McCaffrey Cites Progress, Problems in U.S./Mexico,” El Paso Times, (August 8, 1999), for McCaffrey, p. 13A.

“ABCs of Drugs Should be Part of School Curriculum,” Houston Chronicle, for McCaffrey, (August 10, 1999), p. 27A.

“Keys to Reducing Drug Use among Youth,” Making a Difference, for McCaffrey, publication of Future Farmers of America, (September 1999), pp. 4-5.

“Latest Anti-Drug Effort Not Just an Ad Campaign,” Orlando Sentinel, (September 20, 1999), for McCaffrey, p. A11.

“Sanctions Provide Damage Control Drugs Require,” Albuquerque Journal, (October 7, 1999),

p. A15.

“Do You Want to Allow Patients with Specific Illnesses to Grow and Use Small Amounts of Marijuana for Treatment as Long as Such Use Is Approved by a Doctor?” Maine Sunday Telegram, (October 31, 1999), p. 1C.

Reducir Danos, Si; Legalizar, No,” Reforma (Mexico City newspaper), for McCaffrey, (November 4, 1999), p. 29A.

“Law Enforcement Team Puts a Dent in Drug Trade,” New Jersey Star Ledger,

(December 29, 1999), for McCaffrey, p. 16.

“Differing Views on Teen Drug Study,” Washington Times, (December 29, 1999), for Francis Kinney, ONDCP, p. A20.

“Legalizing Drugs Is a Bad Idea,” Drug Watch World News, (January/February, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. 1.

“Drug Courts a Useful Tool to Help Offenders, Cut Abuse,” Arizona Republic, for McCaffrey,

(January 7, 2000), p. B9. 

“Anti-Drug Scripts: No Secret Collusion,” New York Times, (January 20, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. A22.

“Tackling Meth Threat,” Billings Gazette, (January 20, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. 6A.

“White House Nod for TV Scripts?” New York Daily News, (January 21, 2000), for McCaffrey,

p. 53.

"We Have No 'War' on Drugs," World and I magazine, (February 2000), for McCaffrey, p. 30.


“Drug Czar Backs TV Effort,” San Francisco Examiner, (February 2, 2000), for McCaffrey, 

p. A20.

"Feds Are Not Involved Behind Scenes on TV,” Chicago Sun Times, (February 2, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. 36.

“Anti-Drug Messages,” St. Louis Post Dispatch, (February 9, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. B6.

“Anti-Drug TV Campaign Plays Important Role,” Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, for McCaffrey, (February 12, 2000), p. 15A.

“Meth Leaves Trail of Crime, Death,” Wyoming Tribune-Eagle, (February 15, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. A9.

"America Gets the Message on Drugs,” Savanna Morning News, (February 19, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. 9A.

“Rescuing Colombia,” Boston Globe, (March 2, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. A17.

“Drug Certification Process Is Not All Politics,” Washington Times, (March 6, 2000), p. A 16.

“Ammunition for the Drug War,” Cleveland Plain Dealer, (March 14, 2000), for McCaffrey,

p. 9B.

“Drug War Comes at High Price,” Chicago Sun Times, (March 15, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. 47. 

“Drug Treatment: A Strategy That Cuts Taxes and Saves Lives,” Providence Journal,

(March 15, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. B7.

“Colombia Needs Support in Its Drug Fight,” San Diego Union-Tribune, (March 22, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. B9.

“Aid for Colombia and America,” Journal of Commerce (March 24, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. 8.

“International Involvement in Colombia Is Desperately Needed,” for McCaffrey, Fort Worth Star-Telegram and Arlington Star-Telegram, (March 27, 2000), p. 9B.

“Nation’s Drug Problem Requires Systemic, Comprehensive Solution,” for McCaffrey, Gary, Indiana Post-Tribune, (March 30, 2000), p. B9.

“Addiction Treatment Essential,” Charleston, South Carolina Post and Courier, for McCaffrey, (April 4, 2000), p. A13.

“Prevention, Treatment Go Together,” Baltimore Sun, (April 6, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. 19a.

“A Drug Problem for Everyone,” Financial Times (April 6, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. 13.

“Why We Must Help Colombia Strengthen the Government in Bogota to Help Stop the Flow of Drugs,” Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, (April 10, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. A15.

“Aid Colombia,” Washington Times, (April 14, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. A21.

“Why Helping Colombia Is in America’s Interest,” Buffalo News, (April 16, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. H5.

“Alternate Development Needed in Drug War,” Fort Lauderdale Sun-Sentinel, for McCaffrey, (April 17, 2000), p. 21A.

“Colombia’s Drug Battle Is Our Drug Battle,” Newark Star-Ledger, (April 17, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. 12. 

“U.S. Can’t Afford to Abandon Drug Wars in Colombia,” Arizona Republic, (April 18, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. B7.

“How Best to Solve State’s Heroin Problem,” Burlington Free Press, (April 21, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. 9A.

"Los Estados Unidos y la Ayuda a Colombia” (“United States and Its Assistance to Colombia”), for McCaffrey, El Nuevo Herald of Miami, Florida, (May 5, 2000), p. 21A.

“Classic Involvement: Mentoring Will Help Children through Odyssey of Life,” Richmond Times-Dispatch, (May 12, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. A23.

“U.S.-Mexico Cooperation Gets Results in Drug War,” Arizona Republic, (June 2, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. B9.

“In-Prison Drug Programs Should Be Expanded,” San Francisco Chronicle, (June 6, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. A23.

“Confronting the Drug Problem,” Vallejo Times Herald, (June 11, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. B9.

“A Father’s Role in Combating Drugs,” Washington Times, (June 16, 2000), for McCaffrey,

p. A20. Syndicated by Scripps Howard and printed on June 15 in the Defiance (Ohio)Crescent-News, p. A4, Cambridge (Ohio) Daily Jeffersonian, p. A4, and Cape Coral (Florida)Daily Breeze, (June 15, 2000), p. 4A; in Chicago Muslim Journal on June 16, p. 20, Kenosha(Wisconsin) News, p. A9, Manassas (Virginia) Daily Journal, p. A11, and Statesboro(Georgia) Herald, p. 4; in Fort Pierce (Florida) Tribune on June 17, p. A7, Orange (Texas)Leader, p. 4A, Geneva (Illinois) Kane County Chronicle, p. 4A, Concord (New Hampshire)Monitor, p. B11., and Memphis (Tennessee) Tri-State Defender, p. 5A; on June 18 inCoshocton (Ohio) Tribune, p. 4A, Decatur (Alabama) Daily, p. A9, Santa Maria (California)Times, p. D3, Zanesville (Ohio) Times Recorder, p. 4A, Redding (California) RecordSearchlight, p. A7, Stuart (Florida) News, p. A7, (Youngstown, Ohio) Vindicator, p. E1, Morning News of Northwest Arkansas, p. E9, Burlington (New Jersey) County Times, p. A15,Herald Times Reporter (Wisconsin), p. A4, Daily News (Longview, Washington state), p. D4 (editorial), and Herald Press (Middletown, New Britain, Bristol, Connecticut), p. A7; and on June 24 in Insight News (St. Paul / Minneapolis -- African-American weekly), p. 1C.

Una Mejor Relacion con Papa Contribuye a una Vida Sin Drogas,” Noticias del Mundo New York Spanish paper, (June 16, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. 6.

“Good Relations with Dad Keep Kids Drug-Free,” Florida Today, (June 17, 2000), forMcCaffrey, p. 10.

“Come On, Dad, Help Mom Fight Drug War,” Deseret News, Salt Lake City, Utah, forMcCaffrey, (June 18, 2000), p. A5.

“Una Mejor Relacion con Papa Contribuye a una Vida Sin Drogas,” La Raza Chicago Spanish paper, (June 23, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. 34.

“International Cooperation is Key to Reducing Drug Use,” Asian Times, (June 24, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. 25.

“U.S. Official Calls for International Cooperation on Drug Control,” Xinhua News Agency, for McCaffrey, (June 28, 2000).

“'Ecstasy’ Is Anything But,” Baltimore Sun, (June 29, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. 27A. Also ran as "Ecstasy Is Hardly a Pleasure," Orlando Sentinel, (August 2, 2000), p. A-11; "Ecstasy Poses Health Threat," Deseret News (Salt Lake City, Utah), (August 3, 2000), p. A21; "Fighting theEcstasy Epidemic," San Diego Union Tribune, (August 3, 2000), p. B15; "Despite Danger, Ecstasy Use Is Rising," Carroll County Times (Scripps Howard News Service), (August 4, 2000), p. A10; "Risky Ecstasy," Modesta (California) Bee World Wide Web Edition, (August4, 2000); "Risky Ecstasy," Nando Times World Wide Web Edition, (Raleigh, North Carolina), (August 4, 2000); "Risky Ecstasy," Fresno (California) Bee World Wide Web Edition, (August4, 2000); "Risky Ecstasy," Anchorage (Alaska) Daily News, (August 4, 2000); "RiskyEcstasy," Rock Hill (South Carolina) Herald World Wide Web Edition, (August 4, 2000); "Ecstasy Is Hardly a Pleasure," Alberta, Canada's Red Deer Advocate, (August 4, 2000), p. A4;

"Ecstasy Should Hardly Be Referred to as a Pleasure," Prince William's Journal, (August 8, 2000), p. A9; "Ecstasy Should Hardly Be Referred to as a Pleasure," The Arlington Journal World Wide Web Edition, (August 8, 2000), p. A4; "Ecstasy Should Hardly Be Referred to as a Pleasure," Alexandria Journal World Wide Web Edition, (August 8, 2000), p. A4; "Ecstasy Should Hardly Be Referred to as a Pleasure," Fairfax Journal World Wide Web Edition, (August 8, 2000), p. A4; "'Ecstasy' Is a Popular Drug that Produces Nightmare," Champaign, Illinois News Gazette, (August 9, 2000), p. A7; and "… But It Brings Danger with Its Bliss," San Francisco Examiner, (August 21, 200), p. A15.

“Comprehensive Effort Needed to Curtail Nation’s Drug Use,” Fresno Bee, (July 13, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. B7. 

“No Ecstasy: Drug Is Growing Threat to U.S.,” Washington Times, (July 25, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. A17.

"Drug Abuse and the Criminal Justice System: Saving Lives and Preventing Crime through Treatment," Connections, (August, 2000), for McCaffrey, pp.1-2. (Published by Academy for Health Services Research and Health Policy)

“Checkmate,” Chess Life, for McCaffrey, (September 2000), p. 21.

"U.S., Mexico Unite in Fight," El Passo Times, (September 23, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. 15A.

"Drug Courts and Programs Reduce Abuse," Indianapolis Star, (October 20, 2000), for McCaffrey, p. A23.

"McCaffrey: Let's Break Cycle of Drugs and Crime," Orlando Sentinel, for McCaffrey,

(October 24, 2000), p. A13.

"Drugs and Prisons: a Workable Approach," Scripps Howard News Service, for McCaffrey, (October 26, 2000). "Drugs and Prison: a Workable Approach," Washington Times,

(October 29, 2000), p. B1.

"Salt Lake Games Must Raise Anti-Doping Efforts to Next Level," Deseret News (Utah), for McCaffrey, (November 12, 2000), p. AA2.

"From Drug Rehab, Big Benefits," Daily Progress (Charlottesville, VA), for McCaffrey, (November 19, 2000), p. D1.

“Keeping Teens off of Drugs,” Monterey County Herald, (November 21, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. A11.

“Education Is the Key to Less Drug Use by Young,” New Orleans Times Picayune,

(November 1, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. B7.

“Teens Key to Winning Drug ‘War,’” Rocky Mountain News, (October 19, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. 5B.

“U.S. Must Cooperate in Mexico’s Drug War,” Arizona Republic, (October 16, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. B7.

“U.S. Cooperation with Mexico Still Best Way to Combat Drugs,” Austin American Statesman, (October 14, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. A.

“Proposition 215 Is Bad Medicine” San Francisco Chronicle, (October 7, 1996), for McCaffrey, p. A19. 

“Teens and Drugs: Just Say ‘Know,’” Memphis Commercial Appeal, (September 7, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. BE.

“National Drug Control; Reducing Drug Use and Its Consequences in America,” speech delivered by McCaffrey July 2, 1997 to Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, California,

Vital Speeches of the Day, (August 1, 1997), p. 622.

“Don’t Call It a War on Drugs; Call It Resources and Will,” St. Louis Post Dispatch,

(July 13, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. B4.

“Bookmark: Elijah Visible by Thane Rosenbaum,” Hadassah Magazine (June/July, 1997), p. 38.

“A Choice in the Drug War,” Cedar Rapids Gazette, (June 22, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. 7A.

“Meth Menace Leaves Trail of Crime, Death,” Omaha World-Herald, (June 10, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. 21.

“National Focus Leads to Progress Against Drugs,” USA Today, (May 23, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. 12A.

“Preface,” Where There’s a Will, There’s a Way; An Update of the 1992 Will To Reduce Violence Report, City of Rochester, New York, Office of the Special Counsel to the Mayor for Crime and Violence Initiatives, for McCaffrey, (Spring, 1997).

“Make America Better by Reducing Illegal Drugs,” Five Hundred Ways to Make America Better, George Magazine and Villard / Random House, for McCaffrey, (August 1997).

“Media Can Alter Message,” Denver Post, (January 12, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. D1.

“Getting a Fix on U.S. Drug Use History,” Washington Times, (March 16, 1997), in Sunday “Commentary” section, p. B3, for McCaffrey. (Distributed by Scripps Howard News Service).

“Office of the Drug Czar on Marijuana Myths,” Roll Call, (March 17, 1997), for/with James McDonough, Director of Strategic Planning, White House Office of National Drug Control Policy, p. 26.

“Legalize Drugs? Never!” Journal of Commerce (March 13, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. 7A.

“Drug Policy Critique Not Balanced,” Dallas Morning News, (October 17, 1996), p. A24.

“Seeking a Cure to Drug Culture,” Denver Rocky Mountain News, (April 6, 1997), for McCaffrey, p. 1B.

“American History with Drug Use Teaches Anti-Legalization Message,” Salt Lake Tribune, (June 2, 1998), for McCaffrey, p. A.

“A Short Satire,” Sh'ma, Vol. 1, No. 9, (March 21, 1975), p. 240. 

“The Pasterello, Lost and Found,” The Art Journal, College Art Association of America,

(fall 1977), p. 22.

“A Literary and Historical Interaction: Portraits of the Family,” Interaction, Journal of the Psychiatric Institutes of America, Vol. II, No. 2, (fall 1979), p. 71.

“Beyond Recrimination: Lebanon and the Media,” (co-authored), Frontier, (April 1983).

“Tragedy and Affirmation,” a review essay of The Short Stories of Bernard Malamud, WJW, (December 1, 1983), p. 28.

“A Stripper's Harrowing Account of Exploitation,” a review of Naked is the Best Disguise by Lauri Lewin, WJW, (May 3, 1984), p. 13.

“The Unfunny Jokes of Dr. Freud,” on The Jokes of Sigmund Freud: A Study in Humor and 

Identity by Eliot Oring, WJW, (June 21, 1984), p. 11.

“Psyche Faces the Shechinah,” on The Modes and Morals of Psychotherapy by Perry London, WJW, (April 4, 1985), p. 34.

“Ironic Tales of Suffering, Injustice and the Supernatural,” a review of The Image and Other 

Stories by Isaac Bashevis Singer, WJW, (July 11, 1985), p. 24.

“Roth's Uproarious, Clever, Penetrating Trilogy,” on Zuckerman Bound by Philip Roth, WJW(August 15, 1985), p. 22.

“Kafka's Tragic Love,” on The Loves of Franz Kafka by Nachum Glatzer, WJW,

(January 30, 1986), p. 27.

“Time and Its Seepage in Grace Paley's Later the Same Day,” Menorah, Virginia Commonwealth University, (spring 1987).

“The Strength of a Broken Heart,” review of Crooked Hearts by Robert Boswell, The World & I, (September 8, 1988), p. 408.

“The Tragic Beat of Kettle Drums,” WJW, (September 8, 1988).

“Behind the Absurd in Art and Literature: Kafka and Magritte,” Renaissance Universal, Vol. 5, No. 4, (fall 1988), p. 94.

“Rediscovering Czech Novelist Jiri Weil,” a review of Life with a Star, in Moment Magazine,

(August 1990), p. 58.

“Love, Guilt, and Memory,” a review of Patrimony: A True Story by Philip Roth, Moment Magazine, (December 1991), p. 64.

“Silence and Memory, Post-traumatic Stress Disorder for the Western World,” a review of

Testimony by Shoshana Felman and Dori Laub, WJW, (September 24, 1992), p. 36.

“Separation is the Root of Exile; A Modern, Traditional Theology,” a review of Seek My Face, Speak My Name by Arthur Green, WJW and Book News, (October 1, 1992), pp. 31, 38.

“What is This Thing Called Love? Woody Allen's Husbands and Wives Raises Questions,” WJW, (October 15, 1992).

“Kissinger; the Art of the Possible,” a review of Kissinger; A Biography by Walter Isaacson, WJW, (October 22, 1992), p. 20.

L'dor Va Dor, From Generation to Generation; The Paintings of Goldman, Goldman, and Goldman,” WJW, (October 29, 1992).

“Shanks' Dead Sea Scrolls,” a review of Understanding the Dead Sea Scrolls edited by Hershel Shanks, WJW, (November 5, 1992).

“The Eyes Have It; The Art of Judy Horowitz,” WJW, (November 5, 1992), p. 25.

“After After Auschwitz; Rubenstein Builds on Classic Text,” a review of After Auschwitz; 

History, Theology, and Contemporary Life by Richard Rubenstein, WJW,

(November 19, 1992), p. 27.

“In Tune With the Way He Is; Music Man Marvin Hamlisch Reflects,” a Review of The Way I

Was, in WJW, (November 19, 1992).

“Here's a Guilt Trip That Doesn't Pay; Matti Golan on American Money,” a review of With Friends Like You; What Israelis Really Think About America, in WJW, (November 26, 1992),

p. 24.

Menage a Trois in Prewar Poland; Singer's Women Are Victims,” a review of The Certificate by Isaac Bashevis Singer, WJW, (December 3, 1992), p. 22.

“Eban; the Book and the Video; A Pen Is Mightier Than a Sword,” reviews of Personal 

Witness: Israel Through My Eyes and Israel, A Nation is Born: Witness, including exclusive interview with Abba Eban, WJW, (December 10, 1992), p. 22.

“Sofie's Choices Prove Liv Ullmann's Mettle,” film review including exclusive interview with actress Liv Ullmann, WJW, (December 17, 1992), p. 21.

“Ori Soltes; a Jack of All Arts; Multi-talented and Polyglot at the Klutznick,” WJW,

(December 24, 1992), p. 20.

“Putting Persian Gulf War in Context; Learning a Thing or Two from Last Year's Conflict,” a

review of Cauldron of Turmoil; America in the Middle East by Barry Rubin, WJW,

(December 31, 1992), p. 22.

“Firing From the Left and Right; Ethics Across the Political, Religious Spectrum,” reviews of

Tough Choices by David Saperstein and Albert Vorspan, and A Conservative Looks at Pagan America by Don Feder, WJW, (January 7, 1993), p. 17.

“From Might to Right; Contemporary Applications of Job,” a review of The First Dissident; 

The Book of Job in Today's Politics by William Safire, WJW, (January 14, 1993), p. 16.

“Wall Street II; Hungarian Immigrant Takes on Big Apple,” a review of Confessions of a 

Stockbroker; You, Too, Can Find Blue Chips Before Wall Street Finds Them by Andrew A.

Lanyi, WJW, (January 21, 1993), p. 13.

“A Glassnost of Smirnoff; Russian/American Comic Updates Humor,” WJW, (January 28, 1993).

“Kimche's Excellent Opinion,” a review of The Last Option After Hussein; The Quest for

Peace in the Middle East by David Kimche, WJW, (February 18, 1993), p. 13.

“Obvious Art, Not Secretive Science; Psychology Through the Eyes of a Holocaust Survivor,” a review of The Art of the Obvious by Bruno Bettelheim and Alvin A. Rosenfeld, WJW,

(February 11, 1993), p. 21.

“Ruins to Volcanoes; The Caribbean Island that First Recognized America,” WJW,

(February 25, 1993), p. 31.

“Liquid Love; Dorothy Rice Paints Israeli Cities,” a review of Israel With Love, in WJW(March 4, 1993), p. 14.

“Targets of Terror Still Have Voices; Mrs. Toledano Brings a Warning to America,” WJW,

(March 11, 1993), p. 25.

“Songs of My People; Jeffrey Nadel's New Music Tape,” WJW, (March 18, 1993), p. 7.

“Covenantal Literacy; American Identity through Fiction,” review of Writing Our Way 

Home; Contemporary Stories by American Writers by Ted Solotaroff and Nessa Rappoport, WJW, (March 25, 1993), p. 19.

“Living Without a Constitution; The History and Future of Civil Rights in Israel,” a review of

Living Without a Constitution; Civil Rights in Israel by Daphna Sharfman, WJW, (April 8, 1993), p. 26.

“Clinton Asks Holocaust Museum Chairs to Resign; Meyerhoff and Lowenberg Opposed Herzog at Opening,” WJW, (April 15, 1993), p. 2.

“U.S. Holocaust Memorial Opens Its Doors; Museum Exterior Speaks Loud and Clear,” WJW,

(April 22, 1993), p. 55.

“Builders of the Holocaust Memorial Museum; Selected Portraits of Personalities and Our

Collective Past,” WJW, (April 22, 1993), p. 56.

“We Didn't Learn From Holocaust; Congressman Gejdenson Speaks Out Against World Response to Bosnia,” WJW, (April 22, 1993), p. 20.

“To Guard Against Forgetting; One Walk through U.S. Holocaust Museum,” WJW,

(April 22, 1993), p. 69.

“Bringing Back Faces and Facades; Vishniac's Photos, Warsaw Diaries Recall the Living,” reviews of To Give Them Lights; The Legacy of Roman Vishniac edited by Marion Wiesel, and

In the Warsaw Ghetto: Summer 1941 edited by Rafail Scharf, WJW, (April 22, 1993), p. 49.

“In Wind and Rain, Holocaust Museum Opens; Cold Temperatures Helped Ceremony Recall a

Cold World,” WJW, (April 29, 1993), p. 19.

“Senator Sees War Clouds Gathering; Lieberman Says Bosnian Serbs Likely to Suffer Air Strikes,” WJW, (May 6, 1993).

“Daughter Depicts Mother; Another Survivor Directs Workroom,” WJW, (May 13, 1993), p. 27.

“Women in Transition; New Rules and Roles for Family and Work,” reviews of A Breath of Life; Feminism in the American Community by Sylvia Barack Fishman, WJW, (May 20, 1993), p. 26.

“Israel with Love,” Philadelphia Exponent,” (May 21, 1993), p. 16x.

“Clinton Appoints Holocaust Museum Leadership; Lerman and Mandel Assume Mantle,” WJW, (May 27, 1993), p. 20.

“A Revolution in the Role of Women,” Boston Advocate, (June 3, 1993), p. 20.

“Ethics and Money; Food for Thought about Kosher Economics,” reviews of Money and Social Responsibility: Developing a `Torah of Money' for Contemporary Life by Lawrence Bush and Jeffrey Dekro, and Financial Shenanigans; How to Detect Accounting Gimmicks and Fraud in Financial Reports by Howard M. Schilit, WJW, (June 10, 1993), p. 18.

“Clinton Appoints Holocaust Museum Leadership,” Boston Advocate, (June 10, 1993), p. 6.

“Illness in High Places; Leaders' Ailments Reflected in Governance,” review of When Illness Strikes the Leader; The Dilemma of the Captive King by Jerrold Post and Robert Robins, WJW, (June 17, 1993), p. 13.

“Holocaust Memories in the White House,” Together: American Gathering/Federation of Holocaust Survivors, (June, 1993), p. 8.

“Supreme Court to Get Most Modern Bubbie,” Kansas City Chronicle, p. 7, and WJW,

(June 24, 1993), p. 16.

“Food for Thought About Kosher Economics: Ethics and Money,” Boston Advocate,

(July 1, 1993), p. 10.

“They Lived Unhappily Ever After; Families Torn Apart by Divorce,” WJW, (July 8, 1993),

p. 16.

“Holocaust History, Not Mythology; A Study in Truth and a Case in Point,” reviews of The 

Seventh Million by Tom Segev and Glimmers of Light in a Betraying Land by Giora Praff,

WJW, (July 15, 1993), p. 17.

“Power and How; Landau's Book on Piety and the Dine/AIPAC Affair,” a review of Piety and

Power by David Landau, WJW, (July 22, 1993), p. 17.

“A Career Built Step by Step; Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg,” The Journal, (July 9-15, 1993),

p. 19.

“Center Stage and Hard Right,” a review of A Place Among the Nations by Benjamin Netanyahu, WJW, (July 29, 1993), p. 13.

“Eizenstat Prepares for E. C. Post,” exclusive interview with Ambassador Stewart Eizenstat, WJW, (August 5, 1993), p. 3.

“Holocaust Denial in Context; Lipstadt One of `Canaries in the Mine,’” a review of Denying the Holocaust; The Growing Assault on Truth and Memory by Deborah Lipstadt, WJW,

(August 12, 1993), p. 12.

“Pretending to Build a Deck,” WJW, (August 26, 1993).

“Calling From the South Pacific; Religious Men in Tahiti Seek Women,” WJW,

(September 2, 1993), p. 12.

“Local Cancer Specialist Memorializes His Patients,” a review of A Time to Hear, A Time to 

Help; Listening to People with Cancer by Daniel Rosenblum, WJW, (September 9, 1993), p. 49.

“Mayor Moves to `Old Neighborhood'; Ethnic Groups Share Integrated History,” WJW, (September 16, 1993), p. 17.

“All About Gurus; Narcissism and Authoritarian Power,” a review of The Guru Papers; 

Masks of Authoritarian Power by Joel Kramer and Diana Alstad, WJW, (September 23, 1993).

“Global Guide Reviewed; Local Authors Survey Environmental Projects,” a review of Environmental Profiles; A Global Guide to Projects and People by Linda Sobel Katz, Sarah Orrick and Robert Honig, WJW, (September 30, 1993), p. 24.

“Adoption and Tradition; Local Writer Searches for Mother,” WJW, (October 14, 1993), p. 9, and Hartford Ledger, (October 22, 1993), p. 16.

“Justice Department Lawyer Pans Waldheim; Rosenbaum's Book Betrayal Makes a Splash,” a review of Betrayal: The Untold Story of the Kurt Waldheim Investigation and Cover-up by Eli M. Rosenbaum with William Hoffer, WJW, (October 21, 1993), p. 19.

“Clinton, Uris at Jefferson Memorial,” including exclusive interview with novelist Leon Uris, WJW, (October 28, 1993), p. 4.

“Southerner Reflects; Book Fair Spotlights Eli Evans,” a review of The Lonely Days Were Sundays by Eli Evans, WJW, (November 4, 1993), p. 30, and The Journal, (January 7-13), p. 26.

“Malpractice in Nazi-Hunting? A New Book about the Investigation of Kurt Waldheim's Past

Casts Doubt on Simon Wiesenthal's Reputation,” includes exclusive interviews with Justice

Department's Eli Rosenbaum and Simon Wiesenthal (in Austria), The Journal,

(November 4, 1993), p. 19. 

“Identity and Narcissism; Roth's Fiction Wrestles with Fact,” a review of Operation Shylock;

A Confession by Philip Roth, WJW, (November 11, 1993), p. 15.

“In the Literary Land of Amos Oz,” a review of Fima and exclusive interview with novelist

Amos Oz, WJW, (November 18, 1993), p. 12.

“Dershowitz Charges Anti-Semitism; Survivors Deplore OSI/ADL Smear in Demjanjuk Case,”

exclusive interview with Attorney Alan Dershowitz, WJW, (November 25, 1993), p. 3, and Together: American Gathering/Federation of Holocaust Survivors, (December, 1993), p. 13.

“Israeli on Amnesty International Board; Influential Leaders in History of Human Rights Group,” WJW, (December 2, 1993), p. 9.

"Family Breakup, Not Poverty, Leads to Violence; Children's Rights Advocate Reviews

Statistical Studies,” WJW, (December 2, 1993).

“Scholars: the `What’ is Known; Ask ‘Why?’” WJW, (December 9, 1993), p. 5.

“Future Implications of History; International Holocaust Conference Reviews Eugenics,”

WJW, (December 16, 1993).

“Uses of Historic Memory; Black Journalists Study Slavery and Genocide,” WJW,

(December 23, 1993), p. 4.

Schindler's List Moves Local Audiences; Spielberg Defies Critics Who Said Holocaust

Precludes Art,” WJW, (December 30, 1993), p. 20.

“Tennis Pro Recalls Arthur Ashe's Legacy,” WJW, (January 6, 1994), p. 25.

“Memories Jog NIH Doctors to Beat Jet Lag,” a review of How to Beat Jet Lag; A Practical 

Guide for Air Travelers by Drs. Dan A. Oren, Walter Reich, Norman E. Rosenthal, and Thomas A. Wehr, WJW, (January 13, 1994), p. 21.

“‘Secrecy Is the Key to Slavery’; Sharansky Speaks as Eyewitness to History,” includes

exclusive interview with human rights activist Natan Sharansky, WJW, (January 20, 1994), p. 6.

“Taube's Poetry Issued Bilingually,” a review of Land of Blue Skies by Herman Taube, WJW(February, 17, 1994).

“Area Author Profiles Arabists; Kaplan Writes Cross-Disciplinary Masterpiece,” a review of

The Arabists; The Romance of an American Elite by Robert D. Kaplan, WJW,

(February 24, 1994), p. 20.

“Land That Eats Its Inhabitants,” op-ed, WJW, (March 3, 1994), p. 23.

“Former Nun Writes History of God,” a review of A History of God; The 4,000-Year Quest of

Judaism, Christianity and Islam by Karen Armstrong, WJW, (March 3, 1994), p. 21.

“Recalling a Life Lived in Refusal: Sharansky Shares Experiences,” Philadelphia Exponent, (February 11, 1994), p. 5.

“The Lonely Days Were Sundays: Reflections of a Southerner,” Philadelphia Exponent, (February 25, 1994), p. 17x.

“Rescue in the Age of Selfishness; Holocaust Therapist Dares to Study Goodness,” a review of

Conscience and Courage by Eva Fogelman, WJW, (March 10, 1994), p. 20.

“Across the Widening Divide; Historian Traces Five Decades,” a review of A People Divided in Contemporary America by Jack Wertheimer, WJW, (March 17, 1994), p. 18.

“Past Is Prologue,” a review of The Long Armistice; U.N. Peace Keeping and the Arab-Israeli Conflict by Nathan A. Pelcovits, WJW, (March 24, 1994), p. 12.

“New World Disorder Precipitates Violence; Pentagon Assistant for Terrorism Intelligence

Predicts Future,” WJW, (March 31, 1994), p. 19.

“Rescuers Reunite After Decades; Captain Writes of Running British Blockade of Palestine,” review of Running the Palestine Blockade; The Last Voyage of the Paducah by Capt. Rudolph W. Patzert, WJW, (April 14, 1994).

“Expert Predicts Gaza Redeployment, Not Pullout,” WJW, (April 14, 1994), p. 17.

“From Steinsaltz to Sharansky; Haberman Interviews Prominent Thinkers,” a review of

The God I Believe In by Joshua O. Haberman, WJW, (April 21, 1994), p. 22.

“Paley Gets NFJC Literary Award; Collected Stories Issued as Author Turns 71,” a review of

The Collected Stories by Grace Paley, WJW, (April 28, 1994), p. 17.

“Stories Told of U.S./Israeli Alliance; History is Given a Human Face,” a review of Friends in Deed; Inside the U.S.-Israeli Alliance by Dan Raviv and Yossi Melman, WJW, (May 5, 1994),

p. 12.

“Second Generation Condemns and Explains Exile,” a review of Jewish Voices, German Words; Growing Up in Postwar Germany and Austria, edited with an introduction by Elana Lappin, WJW, (June 2, 1994), p. 24.

“Selecting Sights and Memories; National Portrait Gallery's Tribute to War News,” WJW,

(June 9, 1994), p. 20.

“Playing on Identity; Broken Glass Meditates on Sex, Power and Paralysis,” a review of

Broken Glass by Arthur Miller, WJW, (June 16, 1994).

“Fatal Embrace of Nation-State,” a review of The Fatal Embrace by Benjamin Ginsberg, WJW, (June 23, 1994).

Animal Acts Muses on Men and Marriage; Author Rhoda Lerman Goes Wild With Gorillas in

Garden,” a review of Animal Acts, in WJW, (June 30, 1994).

“Local Resident Hosts Morocco’s Minister of Tourism,” WJW, (July 14, 1994), p. 5.

“Visiting Morocco,” WJW, (July 14, 1994).

“From the Pentagon to the Streets of D.C.; Police Officer Tells about Life on the Force,” WJW, (July 21, 1994), p. 8.

“Model Camp for Rwanda; Architect Makes U.N.-backed Contribution,” WJW, (July 28, 1994), p. 4.

“U.S. Architect of Yamit Attends Joint Session; Prinz Moved at Meeting of King Hussein,

Prime Minister Rabin,” WJW, (August 4, 1994), p. 12.

“Canada to the Rescue; U. N. Troops in Rwanda,” WJW, (August 11, 1994), p. 9.

“False Message on German Resistance; Library of Congress Stumbles Badly,” WJW,

(August 25, 1994), p. 1.

“Two Innocents Abroad Travel African Plain; Connecticut Yankees in Wilds of Kenya,” WJW,

(August 25, 1994), p. 40.

“Straight From the Heart; Freudenheim Bridges Secular and Religious Cultures,” WJW, (September 1, 1994), p. 31.

“Scientologists Protest; Exhibit Mounted Countering German Resistance to Nazism,” WJW,

(September 8, 1994).

“Business of Making Music; Jazz Pianist Releases Fourth Album,” WJW, (September 8, 1994),

p. 13.

“Sojourning in and out of Africa; Two Families' Odysseys Exemplify History/Geography,” WJW, (September 22, 1994), p. 21.

“Technology Tackles Teaching Through Videos; Two Documentaries Span Historical and Artistic Approaches,” WJW, (September 15, 1994), p. 9.

“Not Without Consent; Lawyer Studies Plight of Agunah,” a review of Between Civil and Religious Law; the Plight of the Agunah in American Society by Irving A. Breitowitz, New York Observer, (October 14, 1994), p. 28; WJW, (September 29, 1994), p. 11.

“Author of Feminine Mystique Tackles Later Life; Friedan's Book Explores Aging and

Death,” a review of The Foundation of Age by Betty Friedan, WJW, (October 6, 1994), p. 19.

“Dershowitz Slams `Abuse Excuse'; Consultant for Defense Predicts O.J. Will Confess,” a

review of The Abuse Excuse by Alan Dershowitz, WJW, (October 13, 1994), p. 13; Observer, DeWitt, New York, (November 10, 1994), p. 23.

“From Terrorism to Head of State; Shamir Autobiography Spans 80 Years of History,” a review of Summing Up by Yitzhak Shamir, and exclusive interview with former prime minister, WJW, (October 20, 1994), p. 26.

“Mother/Daughter Ties Examined,” a review of Her Face in the Mirror by Faye Moskowitz,Connecticut Ledger (November 4, 1994), p.30; WJW, (October 27, 1994), p. 24.

Bullets Over Broadway Hits Hard; Woody Allen Hides in Farce He Wrote and Directed,”

WJW, (November 3, 1994), p. 32.

“Writer Pens Ashrawi Biography; Book Nominated for Pulitzer Prize Is Fatally Flawed,” a review of A Voice of Reason; Hanan Ashrawi and Peace in the Middle East by Barbara Victor, WJW, (November 17, 1994), p. 26.

“PBS Film Exposes Muslim Terrorists,” review of Jihad in America by Steven Emerson, WJW, (November 24, 1994), p. 11.

“Mothers and Daughters Revealed; A New Collection Explores This Relationship, Which Is

More Often Mocked Than Understood,” Journal of Greater Los Angeles,

(November 18-24, 1994), p. 36. 

“False Message on German Resistance,” Together, (December, 1994), p. 10.

“New Book Explores Life of Hanan Ashrawi,” Boston Advocate, (December 1, 1994), p. 25.

“Local Man Investigated; Channel 7 Examines Wartime Atrocities,” WJW, (December 1, 1994), p. 7.

“Book Explores Hanan Ashrawi's Life,” Boston Times, (December 8, 1994), p. 6.

“Papp Book Is an American Classic; Epstein Depicts Producer of Hair, A Chorus Line,” WJW(December 8, 1994), p. 20.

“Secret War; Good Book Makes Shocking Claims,” WJW, (December 15, 1994), p. 19.

“Reclaiming the Dead Sea Scrolls; New Volume Moves Away From Christian Focus,” book review of Reclaiming the Dead Sea Scrolls; The Background of Christianity, the Lost Library of Qumran by Lawrence H. Schiffman, WJW, (December 22, 1994), p. 10.

“Book Details ‘Secret War,’” Boston Advocate, (December 29, 1994), p. 13.

“Showdown between Remembering and Forgetting; The Last Nazi Explores Life and Afterlife

of Third Reich,” review of The Last Nazi by Aaron Freiwald with Martin Mendelsohn, WJW(December 29, 1994), p. 24.

“Pollard's Dad Speaks of Jailed Son,” WJW, (January 5, 1995), p. 10.

Conversations with My Father Hits Hard; Gardner Play is a Smash at Studio Theatre,” WJW(January 12, 1995), p. 10.

“Pleading for the Son,” Chicago Sun, (January 13-26, 1995), p. 7.

“Museum Heads Hear Warning about New Congress; Curators Discuss Political Climate, Exhibits,” WJW, (January 19, 1995), p. 9.

“Pollard on Pollard; An Interview with the Father of the Convicted Spy,” Journal of Greater Los Angeles, (January 13-19, 1995), p. 20. 

“Double Exposure: Exhibit Recalls Berlin; Museum of Modern Art, Klutznick Display Shimon

Attie,” WJW, (January 26, 1995), p. 24.

“Gardner Play Opens in Jerusalem, Washington: Conversations with My Father Hits Hard,” Boston Advocate, (January 26, 1995), p. 19.

“Neighbors Speak Out at T.I. Panel,” WJW, (February 2, 1995), p. 6.

“OSI Gets Permanent Boss; Rosenbaum Continues Nazi Hunt,” WJW, (February 9, 1995), p. 7.

“Marvin Kalb Writes on Nixon,” review of The Nixon Memo; Political Respectability, Russia,

and the Press, and exclusive interview with author Marvin Kalb, WJW, (February 9, 1995), p. 20.

“Pursuit of Justice Continues; Nazi Hunter Discusses War Criminals in America,” WJW,

(February 16, 1995), p. 1.

“Arens Writes of Bush; Former Defense Minister Advocates Sealing Gaza,” review of Broken Covenant: American Foreign Policy and the Crisis between the U.S. and Israel, WJW, (February 16, 1995), p. 24.

“Career Ambition Motivated Death Camp Managers; German Participation in Holocaust Influenced by Culture of Death,” WJW, (February 23, 1995), p. 28.

“New Chief U.S. Nazi Hunter Pledges to Unveil Perpetrators Living in America,” Boston Advocate, (March 2, 1995), p. 23.

“Arens Writes of Bush; Former Israeli Defense Minister Advocates Sealing Gaza,” Boston Advocate, (March 2, 1995), p. 13.

“Zornberg's Beginning of Desire, book review of Genesis; the Beginning of Desire by Avivah Gottlieb Zornberg, WJW, (March 16, 1995), p. 26.

“Law Professor Calls for Court Reform,” book review of With Justice for Some; Victims' Rights in Criminal Trials by George P. Fletcher, WJW, (March 23, 1995), p. 24.

“Stranger Than Fiction,” Journal of Greater Los Angeles, (March 24-30), p. 36.

“Toys `R' Us Takes Off; American Brings Retail Companies to Zion,” WJW, (April 6, 1995),

p. 14.

Laughter on the 23rd Floor Fizzles at Kennedy Center; Neil Simon's Memories of Sid Caesar Lack Plot and Punch,” WJW, (April 13, 1995). p. 28.

“Concentration Camps Liberated, Not Inmates; Haggadah Printed in Munich, 1948, Raised

Funds for Folks in DP Camps,” WJW, (April 13, 1995), p. 32.

“Diplomatic Seder Celebrated at Embassy; Ambassadors, Ministers Attend from Eleven

Countries,” WJW, (April 20, 1995), p. 10.

“Toy Man Abroad,” Chicago News, April 21, 1995, p. 16.

The Negev Project,” a book review of Larry Witham's novel, Biblical Archaeology Review,

May / June 1995, p. 6.

“Jesuit Writes God's Biography; Scholar Diagnoses Deity as Schizophrenic,” WJW,

(May 4, 1995), p. 22.

“Super-terrorism Is the Wave of the Future; Intelligence Experts Warn AIPAC of Religious

Violence,” WJW, (May 11, 1995), p. 12.

“Digging in the Dirt with Mom Can Be Fun; Backyard Pond Creates Oasis in City,” WJW,

(May 11, 1995), p. 38; Connecticut Ledger, (May 12, 1995), p. 3.

“Revolutionary Opera Debuts at Lisner; Saltzman's Touro Is a Musical Masterpiece,” WJW(May 18, 1995), p. 17.

“Young Entrepreneur Launches Toys `R' Us Abroad,” Connecticut Ledger, (May 19, 1995), p. 8.

“Therapist Applies Incest Treatment to Political Violence; Madanes Speaks in D.C. and Heidelberg on Family Disturbances,” book review of Sex, Love and Violence; Strategies for Transformation by Cloe Madanes, WJW, (May 25, 1995), p. 23.

“God’s Biography: Scholar Says God Is Schizophrenic,” Boston Advocate, (May 25, 1995),

p. 21.

“A Pond Is the Item,” World of Northeastern New York State, Vermont, and Western Massachusetts, (May 12, 1995), p. 4.

“Book Chronicles Development of U.S. Holocaust Museum; Linenthal Reveals Power Struggles and Ideological Conflict,” WJW, (June 1, 1995), p. 12.

“Academy Team Wins PVAC; Boys' Varsity Takes Championship for Second Year in a Row,”

WJW, (June 1, 1995), p. 13.

Touro Retells Founding of Old House of Prayer,” Advocate, (June 1, 1995), p. 21.

“Architects Speak at Lecture Series on Religious Structures,” WJW, (June 8, 1995), p. 17.

“Pollard's Father Speaks Out to `Save the Life of My Son,’” Bulletin of Northern California, (June 9, 1995), p. 24.

“Heroes of Hyperbole Miss the Mark; Lerner and West Conduct Black-White Dialogue,” WJW, (June 15, 1995), p. 31.

“Healing Through Kneeling; A Therapist Writes of a Novel Way to Recover from Abuse,” Boston Advocate, (June 15, 1995), p. 25.

“Folger Theatre Sets Shakespeare on Wall Street; Merchant of Venice Analyzes Modern Intolerance,” WJW, (June 22, 1995), p. 19.

“Therapist Examines Strategies for Dealing with Incest,” Bulletin of California, (June 23, 1995), p. 29.

“Unified, Germany Nevertheless Deeply Divided,” book review of After the Wall; Germany, the Germans and the Burdens of History by Mark Fisher, WJW, (June 29, 1995), p. 23.

“The Birth of a Museum,” Connecticut Ledger, (June 30, 1995), p. 12.

Covenant Over Middle Eastern Waters; Joyce Starr Writes of Politics and Prophecy,” WJW(July 13, 1995), p. 21.

“God’s Personality Disorder; Author Jack Miles Diagnoses the Supreme Being as

Schizophrenic, Journal of Greater Los Angeles, (June 30 - July 6, 1995), p. 24.

“Herzl's Children Meet Tragic End; New Book Traces Biographical Context,” review of Princes Without a Home; the Strange Fate of Theodor Herzl's Children by Ilse Sternberger, WJW,

(July 27, 1995) p. 21.

“Ethics, Shmethics; A Review of The Advocate's Devil by Alan Dershowitz,” Moment

Magazine, (August, 1995), p. 68. Won National Rockower Award for journalistic excellence. 

“New Book on Yankel Ginzburg Appears in Asia, U.S.; Poet Writes of Artist Who Appeals to Japanese,” review of The Art and Life of Yankel Ginzburg by Herman Taube, WJW,

(August 3, 1995), p. 12.

“Uncovering Cemeteries in Present-day Ukraine; Engineer Uses Resources at Archives to Research the Past” WJW, (August 3, 1995). p. 4.

“Politics and Prophecy in the Middle East,” Metrowest; New Jersey, (August 10, 1995), p. 32.

“Former Gore Speech Writer Went Beyond Scope of Book; Remarks in 1992 Review Caused Marius' Departure,” WJW, (August 10, 1995), p. 4.

“Refugee Writes of God, Computers; Wind Discovers Lost Text,” WJW, (August 17, 1995),

p. 22.

“Our Fathers' Wells, Bible Psych; Pitzele's First Book Is Among Greats of the Generation,”

WJW, (September 21, 1995) p. 31.

“Tova Reich Writes Masterful Third Novel that Takes Aim at Religious Fanaticism,” WJW, (September 28, 1995), p. 26.

“Monotheism and Nationalism are Bible's Twin Themes; Erlich's New Book Explores Ancient

Roots,” WJW, (October 5, 1995), p. 25. 

“On the Air Everywhere; From Falls Church to New Zealand,” book review of Voice from America; Off the Air with Radio New Zealand's Washington Correspondent by Connie Lawn,

WJW, (October 19, 1995), p. 31.

“Taubman Rocks the House; Music Influenced by Varied International Contexts,” reviews of My Discovery and others works by Craig Taubman, Wandering by the Gathering, and The Birthday of the World by the Western Wind, WJW, (October 26, 1995), p. 15.

“Howard Fast Writes Spectacular Novel; Book Fairs Feature Fast, Hershel Shanks and Others,” book reviews of The Bridge-Builder's Story by Fast and An Architectural Biography by Shanks, WJW, (November 2, 1995), p. 24.

“Author Finds Female Values,” book review of The Legacy of Patriarchy by Aviva Cantor, WJW, (November 9, 1995), p. 46.

“Exhibit Portrays Life in Switzerland; Klutznick Show Highlights Artists, Different Styles,” WJW, (November 16, 1995), p. 26.

“Elie Wiesel Writes Memoir All Rivers Run to the Sea; Nobel Laureate Traces Life in Romania, Paris, New York,” WJW, (November 27, 1995), p. 27.

The War Takes Aim at Fanaticism,” Journal of North Boston, (December 1, 1995), p. 11.

“Goldstein Wins National Book Award for Fiction; Avivah Zornberg Honored in Non-fiction,”

review of the novel Mazel by Rebecca Goldstein, WJW, (December 14, 1995), p. 30.

“Wiesel Traces Life in Romania, Paris, New York,” Intermountain News; Denver, Colorado, (December 15, 1995), p. 12.

“Debbie Friedman to Perform at Carnegie Hall; Artists Release American-Style Mosaic,” reviews of Friedman's Renewal of Spirit and other albums, WJW, (December 21, 1995), p. 25.

“For Wisdom of the Ages, Schachter Runs Wide; From Aging to Saging Brings Old Age to New Age,” book review of From Aging to Saging; A Profound New Vision of Growing Older by Zalman Schachter, WJW, (December 28, 1995), p. 10.

“Debbie Friedman Scores Again,” The Reporter; Binghamton, New York, (December 28, 1995), p. 8.

“A Review of Debbie Friedman's Albums and Other Music,” The Voice of Delaware; Wilmington, (December 29, 1995), p. 2.

“And Now ... Debbie Friedman Live at Carnegie Hall,” New Jersey Standard,

(December 29, 1995), p. 17.

“Worship of Power, Beauty is American Idolatry; Author Ponders the First Commandments,”

WJW, (January 4, 1996), p. 14.

“Novel Explores Lives of Women,” MetroWest, New Jersey, (January 4, 1996), p. 29.

“Friedman's New Recording Just in Time for N.Y. Concert,” MetroWest, New Jersey,

(January 4, 1996), p. 29.

“Books Recognized for Excellence; National Book Council Chooses Best of the Year,” WJW, (January 11, 1996), p. 31.

“His Last Chapter,” (in conjunction with cover story “Elie Wiesel Looks Back,”) Journal of Los Angeles, (January 12-18, 1996), p. 4.

“Militia Expert Sounds Alarm, Again,” book review of A Force Upon the Plain by Kenneth S. Stern, WJW, (January 25, 1996), p. 26.

“Exhibit Captures Rabin's Spirit, Determination,” review of photo exhibit at Lillian and Albert

Small Museum in D.C., WJW, (January 25, 1996), p. 29.

“Rabin Biography Reflects History; Time Writer Looks Back,” book review of Warrior for Peace by Robert Slater, WJW, (February 1, 1996), p. 27.

Reading Ruth Reclaims Past,” book review of Reading Ruth: Contemporary Women Reclaim a Sacred Text by Judith A. Kates and Gail Twersky Reimer, WJW, (February 8, 1996), p. 15.

“Fresh Look at Rabin -- the Human Side of the Warrior,” Long Island World,

(February 9-15, 1996), p. 11. Also in Tribune (Rockland, N.Y.), p. 9.; and

Manhattan Sentinel, (February 9, 1996), p. 9.

“Psychologist Examines Biblical First Family; Rosenblatt's Wrestling with Angels Considers

Identity, Sexuality,” WJW, (February 15, 1996), p. 25.

Reading Ruth Reclaims Sacred Book with Essays,” Kansas City Chronicle, (February 23, 1996), p. 25A.

“When Bad Things Happen to Good People; Are We Responsible for One Another?” WJW,

(March 7, 1996), p. 25.

“Psychologist Examines Biblical First Family,” New Jersey: MetroWest News, (March 7, 1996),

p. 41.

Lilith Magazine Founding Editor Locates Female Values,” New Jersey: MetroWest,

(March 7, 1996), p. 42.

“Dispelling Ignorance,” book review of Jesus the Theologian by Brad H. Young, WJW,

(March 14, 1996), p. 29. 

“Militia Expert Sounds Alarm -- Again,” New Jersey: MetroWest, (March 21, 1996), p. 55.

“Show Marks Veterans' Centennial; Exhibit Features U.S. Military History,” WJW,

(March 21, 1996), p. 31.

“Warrior for Peace,” Philadelphia Exponent, (March 28, 1996), p. 15X.

“`Afrocentrism' Dispelled as Myth; Not Out of Africa Decries Academic Erosion,” book review of Not Out of Africa; How Afrocentrism Became an Excuse to Teach Myth as History by Mary Lefkowitz, WJW, (March 28, 1996), p. 20.

“Is There American Idolatry?” Chicago: JUF News, (April, 1996), p. 69.

“Book Provokes Reaction; Goldhagen Exposes Denial,” book review of Hitler's Willing Executioners; Ordinary Germans and the Holocaust by Daniel Goldhagen, WJW,

(April 4, 1996), p. 29.

“An Amnesty International Director Writes of Ehrenburg,” book review of Tangled Loyalties; 

The Life and Times of Ilya Ehrenburg by Joshua Rubenstein, WJW, (April 11, 1996), p. 26.

“Biography Retrieves Legacy; Katz's Work Sweeps Across Modern History,” book review of

Lone Wolf by Shmuel Katz, WJW, (April 18, 1996), p. 31.

“'Circling around Absence’ of a Slain Prime Minister; Granddaughter Writes Book about Memory," exclusive interview and book review of In the Name of Sorrow and Hope by Noa Ben

Artzi-Pelossof, WJW, (April 25, 1996), p. 28.

“Goldhagen Exposes Denial; Book Provokes Reaction,” Denver, Colorado: InterMountain News, (April 26, 1996), p. 6. 

“Book Details Slain Author's Life after Aliyah,” review of Alex, Building a Life by Alex Singer, WJW, (May 2, 1996), p. 24.

“Granddaughter Shares Memories of Rabin, Thoughts of Peace in Book,” New Jersey:

MetroWest Jewish News, (May 9, 1996), p. 61.

“Denial and the Banality of Evil; Goldhagen Takes on the Establishment,” Long Island World, (May 10-16, 1996), p. 20. Also in Tribune (Rockland, N.Y.) and Manhattan Sentinel, p. 16.

“Display at Small Museum Shows Earlier Generation Pitching in,” WJW, (May 16, 1996), p. 12.

“Growing up in America; Books Document Three Different Views,” WJW, (May 30, 1996),

p. 13.

“Militia Expert Foresaw Hate Group Danger,” Chicago: JUF News, (June 1996), p. 52.

“The Art of Writing; Papers Give Access to Malamud's Life,” WJW, (June 6, 1996), p. 11.

“Jabotinsky Biography Retrieves a Legacy,” New Jersey: MetroWest News, (June 6, 1996), p. 38.

“Netanyahu Foresees International Terror Epidemic,” review of Fighting Terrorism; How Democracies Can Defeat Domestic and International Terrorists by Benjamin Netanyahu, WJW, (June 13, 1996), p. 28.

“Growing up in America; Three Books Document Rites of Passage through Literature, Oral History,” Connecticut Ledger, (June 14, 1996), p. 19.

“Toperich Highlights Evening of Embassy Music,” WJW, (June 20, 1996), p. 26.

“Monumental Work Sweeps across Modern History,” Long Island World, (June 28, 1996), p. 10.

From Aging to Saging Brings Old Age to New Age,” Chicago: JUF, (July, 1996), p. 62.

“Ozick's The Shawl Wraps Up Off-Broadway; Monumental Author Wrestles with Ethical Issues,” WJW, (July 4, 1996), p. 13.

“Can Netanyahu's Visit Mean Pollard's Release?” WJW, (July 11, 1996), p. 12.

“Netanyahu Foresees Global Terror Epidemic; Says U.S. Should Lead Anti-terrorism Fight,”

Long Island World, (July 19-25, 1996), p. 12.

“Can Netanyahu Get Pollard Released?” Orlando, Florida: Heritage Florida News,

(July 26, 1996), p. 1.

“Netanyahu Foresees International Terror Epidemic,” Binghamton, New York: The Reporter,

(July 26, 1996), p. 9.

“Malamud ‘Talks Shop’ in New Collection of Writings and Speeches,” New Jersey: MetroWest, (August 1, 1996), p. 28.

“Ford's Theatre Mounts Civil War Exhibit,” WJW, (August 8, 1996), p. 15.

“Author Cynthia Ozick Wrestles with Ethical Issues,” Connecticut Ledger, (August 9, 1996),

p. 10.

“Social Engineering at Expense of Truth,” MetroWest, (August 22, 1996), p. 35.

Documentaries, Educational Television, and Radio Appearances

Television show in dialogue with sculptor Philip Ratner, WDVM-TV, Washington, D.C.,

(November 1982).

Script for P. B. S. documentary on the American Gathering of Holocaust Survivors (co- authored); aired on national television, (April 1984).

WDTV FM Radio, Frank Ford Talk Radio; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, (June 10, 1988).

WMET FM, “About Washington,” Morton Leeds Talk Radio, (July 8, 1988).

WFTV, “One on One,” television show with Meryl Shore; Miami, Florida,

(September 14, 1988).

BBC (British Broadcasting Corporation), interview for “Woman's World,”

(December 28, 1988).

Boston Cable Television, “Dateline,” Moshe Waldoks Talk Show, (March 29, 1989; rebroadcast throughout week of May 14-20).

WEVD Radio (1050 AM), Ruth Jacobs Show; New York, (taped May 23, 1989;

aired July 7, 1989).

National Public Radio, WAMU (88.5 FM), Diane Rehm Show, Mike Cuthbert guest host,

Washington, D.C., (June 26, 1989).

American Radio Network, “Book Lives,” live talk show with host Alan Christian, broadcast out of Baltimore, Maryland and carried by 300 affiliates coast to coast, (November 14, 1990).

The listing above is just a sample of television and radio appearances I have made. During two years of a professional book tour in connection with my novel The Blessing and the Curse, I spoke on TV and radio an average of three times per week. A longer version of this resume includes ten pages of such engagements. 

Lectures and Appearances

University Lecture: “Notre Dame to the Exorcist: Gothicism in Literature and Art”

University of New Haven (November, 1974)

The Sam and Ayala Zacks Lecture

“Franz Kafka and Rene Magritte; Expressions of the Absurd in Modern Literature and Art”

Hebrew University, Israel (May, 1977)

Centennial Lecture Series in Honor of Franz Kafka

“Franz Kafka in Context; The Artistic Background of a Literary Tradition”

Klutznick Museum; Washington, D.C. (November, 1982)

“Religious Symbolism and Its Transformation in the Art of Marc Chagall”

Arlington, Virginia (March 23, 1986)

“Literary Creativity: The American Experience”

Arlington, Virginia (March 22, 1987)

“Cultural Diversity: The Collective Correlation to Individualism,” Congressional testimony

delivered to U.S. House of Representatives at hearing sponsored by John F. Kennedy

Center for the Performing Arts, Black Caucus, and Representative Cardiss Collins;

published in Congressional Record (September 28, 1990)

John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts; Washington, D.C. (October 17, 1988)

First International Feminist Conference; Jerusalem, Israel (November 30, 1988)

Boston University, “Women and the Arts: the Creative Process” (March 26, 1989)

“Multiculturalism; the Educational Effect on Ethnic Groups”

Arlington-Fairfax Adult Education Series (December 1, 1991)

“The Family in Fiction and Fact,” Rockville, Maryland (December 11, 1992)

“When the Angel Doesn’t Pass Over,” oral reading of original short story, Beth El Chavurah; Potomac, Maryland (May 16, 1993)

George Washington University, “History of Drug Legislation in the United States”

Washington, D.C. (April 29, 1998) 

The above list is a small selection of academic lectures, formal addresses, and talks I delivered. During two years of a national book tour, for example, I spoke between three and ten times each week to live audiences.

Reviews of The Blessing and the Curse and Ruth Bader Ginsburg

New York Times, Sunday Book Review, (October 30, 1988).

Los Angeles Times, Book Review, (September 4, 1988), p. 4.

Publishers Weekly, “Forecasts, Fiction,” (May 20, 1988).

Boston Globe, “Territorial Waters,” (November 6, 1988).

Boston Herald, “The Blessing and the Curse,” (July 17, 1988).

Jerusalem Post, Magazine Section “Eternal Questions,” review by Dr. Aaron Singer,

(May 26, 1989), p 14.

Moment Magazine, “Therefore Choose Life,” by Joanne Greenberg, author of I Never Promised You a Rose Garden, (October, 1988), p. 54.

West Coast Review of Books, “Quotable! The Blessing and the Curse,” Los Angeles,

California, (December / January 1988/'89).

Washington Times, “Book Life: Fiction,”' (January 3, 1989), p. E9.

Plus forty more newspaper, magazine, and journal reviews of The Blessing and the Curse, (1987-1990).

“Biography Presents a Perfect Justice Ginsburg,” WJW, (May 11, 2000), p. 30.