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L’affaire Dreyfus, Truman and Israel, Jews on Georgia’s mind

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Wesley Yang reviews a new history of the Dreyfus Affair that compares France’s treatment of Dreyfus to American treatment of the inmates at Guantánamo Bay. Adam Kirsch considers a new book tracing Harry Truman’s consequential decision to recognize the state of Israel. Pamela Renner reveals why the country of Georgia, for all its love of Jews, has only about 25 of them. Marjorie Ingall frets about instilling a healthy attitude toward food in her children. Josh Lambert looks at what Jewish-themed books are due out, as he does every week. And The Scroll will provide numerous updates on the important and the fun, as it does every day.

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