Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle

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The Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle is a weekly Jewish newspaper, published in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. It was established in 1921 by a pair of German Jews Nathan J. Gould and Irving G. Rhodes.[1] It has a weekly readership of 12,000. The editor is Elana Kahn-Oren.[2] A former editor was Andrew Muchin who resigned after running an editorial calling for the resignation of then-Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu.[3]

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  1. ^ Chronicling a Community: Milwaukee's Jews and the Wisconsin Jewish Chronicle, Steve Byers, UW-Milwaukee
  2. ^ Congress.org listing for the newspaper.
  3. ^ Jewish paper's editor resigns, Chronicle's chief had written editorial calling for Netanyahu to quit, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, December 27, 1997

The current editor is Leon Cohen.

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