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Green is good for the Jews, The Fugs, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, since everyone talks about Iranian regime change, and everyone talks about Iran’s relations with Israel, analyst Mehdi Khalaji asks: what would actually happen to those relations if the regime were changed? Tuli Kupferberg, the frontman of legendary beatnik band The Fugs, is still around at 86, and talks to Jon Kalish for this week’s Vox Tablet podcast. As always, Josh Lambert previews forthcoming books of note. Marjorie Ingall praises the Winter Olympics’s more gender-balanced TV commercials. The Scroll is not so gender-balanced when it comes to authorship, but strives to be interesting to all chromosomal combinations.

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