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An age-old predicament, to bomb or not to bomb, new books, and a road trip by the numbers

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On Vox Tablet, our weekly podcast, Janice Erlbaum discovers a connection between Yiddish music and a writing class for sex workers. Marjorie Ingall presents the calculus of a summer road trip with her kids. Books columnist Josh Lambert reviews the latest on the Hebrew language, Primo Levi, and influential doctor Charles Spivak. Senior editor Michael Weiss determines that an Israeli attack on Iran is not quite on the horizon. And much more right here on The Scroll throughout the day.

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