Midstream (magazine)

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Midstream is a magazine established by the Theodor Herzl Foundation, New York, described as an "intellectual Zionist journal".[1][2] It is published since 1955, in English.[3] Started as a Quarterly Jewish Review, it became a monthly in 1965.[4][5]

Midstream is an opinion magazine on political, social and religious topics related to Jewish communities.[4] It is not an official organ of the Foundation, and was established as a means for expression of a wide range of opinions within political Zionism, not necessarily reflecting the views of the magazine's editors. [6][7]


  1. ^ About Midstream
  2. ^ Charles Allan Madison, "Jewish publishing in America: the impact of Jewish writing on American culture", Sanhedrin Press, 1976, p. 239
  3. ^ Midstream at WorldCat
  4. ^ a b "Midstream", an Encyclopaedia Judaica article (Retrieved January 29, 2012)
  5. ^ "'midstream' Launched As Monthly Magazine; Dr. Neumann Outlines Policy". Jewish Telegraphic Agency. New York. December 24, 1965. Retrieved February 10, 2017.
  6. ^ "Midstream", The Canadian Jewish Chronicle, October 7, 1955, p.9
  7. ^ "What is Midstream's point of view.(Editorial)", Midstream, January 1, 2007