Rabbi Chaim Navon is a prolific author, well respected columnist for the Hebrew language newspaper Makor Rishon, and a popular lecturer and teacher. He speaks with Eve about some of the reasons why the National Religious sector has not been able to parlay their societal presence into political power. Do we ascribe too much holiness to the public arena and expect too much from our representatives? How does the Bible describe leadership? He’s a big fan of the US system (which is nice to hear) and opines that communal libertarianism is perhaps the ideal, not that of the individual. How did Jewish communities survive intact for the long Diaspora? A thought provoking talk with a very intelligent educator, grounded in Torah ethics and the real world.