Evening with Leon Wieseltier
Leon Wieseltier, Literary Editor of The New Republic, appeared at a meeting of the American Jewish Congress Convention and discussed a number of issues including classical Liberalism, Jewish religiosity, and national political issues. Following a short opening statement, he took questions from the audience. Mr. Wieseltier is a well-known Jewish humorist. close
People in this video
- Lawrence Blum Senior Vice President American Jewish Congress
Leon Wieseltier Literary Editor The New Republic
- American Jewish CommitteeAmerican Jewish Committee
Telephone lines were opened for audience comments about Pope John Paul II, who is near death.
Telephone lines were opened for audience comments on Pope John Paul II.
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