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Shopping, dreaming, and evolving

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Adam Kirsch examines a book about the institutional changes that have shaped contemporary Judaism. Etgar Keret meditates on a recurring dream’s connection to the economy. Daniella Cheslow asks what effect suburban shopping malls are having on Israel’s commercial life. And there is much more to come, here on The Scroll.

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