From Jewish Political Studies Review, Steven Bayme (AJC): American Jewry and the State of Israel: How Intense the Bonds of Peoplehood? The U-853 Mystery: Did the U-boat commander fail to receive the German order at wars end to cease attacks, or did he just want to record one more kill? Amy Gerstler reviews Ms. Hempel Chronicles by Sarah Shun-lien Bynum. The postmodern condition as a religious revival: A review essay on William Connolly’s Why I am Not a Secularist, Dipesh Chakrabarty’s Provincializing Europe, and Alvin Plantinga’s Warranted Christian Belief. A review of Promise Ahead: A Vision of Hope and Action for Humanity's Future by Duane Elgin; and are we heading towards perpetual adolescence? A review of The Sibling Society by Robert Bly. In the heart of the Deep South, Jackson Free Press has resurrected the alt-weekly tradition of maverick investigations and cultural provocation. An excerpt from One Party Country: The Republican Plan for Dominance in the 21st Century by Tom Hamburger and Peter Wallsten. The first chapter from The Household: Informal Order around the Hearth by Robert Ellickson. From TLS, second only to Byron: How Keats's most popular rival rescued him from the critics. An interview with Gregory S. Prince Jr., author of Teach Them to Challenge Authority: Educating for Healthy Societies.