Rael Jean Isaac has a B.A. from Barnard College (summa cum laude), an M.A. from Johns Hopkins in English literature, and a Ph.D. from the City University of New York in sociology.
She is the author of six books, including Israel Divided (Johns Hopkins University Press), The Coercive Utopians, with Erich Isaac (Regnery Gateway), Harvest of Injustice (National Legal and Policy Center), and Madness in the Streets, with Virginia Armat (The Free Press).
She has written on public policy issues for many journals, including The American Spectator, Commentary, Midstream, The Atlantic, National Review, The New Republic, Conservative Judaism, Reader’s Digest, Chronicles of Culture, Politique Internationale, Quadrant (Australia), The Spectator (London), Society, Women’s Independent Forum, Middle East Review, The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, Cornell Journal of Law and Public Policy, and American Enterprise.
She has four sons and five grandchildren and lives with her husband in Westchester County, New York.