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Money, memory, and making amends

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Hadara Graubart talks to the author of a new book lauding the virtues of cheapness about stereotypes regarding Jews and money. David Rakoff tries to make amends for his cruelty as a child. Joshua Cohen explores the work of a Palestinian poet. Liel Leibovitz bemoans the intrusion of technology into the peaceful Yom Kippur experiences of his Israeli youth. And much more, here on The Scroll.

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