The Six Day War evoked a sense of religious euphoria. Many people spoke of revelatory miracles and the hastening of the Messianic Era with the recapturing of Jerusalem. Soon after the war, Shortly after the Six Day War, Tradition invited a number of Orthodox Israeli and American intellectuals to respond to a series of questions. That symposium was published as "The Religious Meaning of the Six Day War" (Tradition, Vol. 10, No. 1, Summer 1968). The original questions were:
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