Steven Pease, author of the new book ‘The Debate Over Jewish Achievement’ joins Jeremy Gimpel to discuss why Jews are disproportionately successful both historically & in contemporary society.

Jews are a famously accomplished group. They make up 0.2 percent of the world population, but 54 percent of the world chess champions, 27 percent of the Nobel physics laureates and 31 percent of the medicine laureates. Tune in to hear what has made this remarkable people so successful.

Written by Ari and Jeremy