Sunday, November 30, 2014

The Statute of Kalisz in First Things by Filip Mazurczak

First Things published an article by Filip Mazurczak about the Statute of Kalisz. You can read it here.

1 comment:

  1. Mr. Mazurczak made a mistake. Kazimierz Pułaski was "the father of the American cavalry", not Kościuszko.
    I also think that allowing Jews to keep Yiddish was a fatal error. And permiting that hassidism to spread or even exist was a deadly folly.
    Too much tolerance is unhealthy.
    In Germany Jews were very German. In France- very French. In America- very American.
    But in Poland Jews were...well, very Jewish. And look how it ended.
    West had smarter approach.

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