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The movements try to get along, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, staff writer Marissa Brostoff reports that a new bequest’s interdenominational nature has thrown the three main movements’ waning power into relief. Mark Schechner remembers the great Seymour Krim—not just the writer, but the man. Liel Leibovitz finds himself unable to write a column about this week’s haftorah, because the flotilla fiasco weighs too heavily on his mind. It sure has weighed on The Scroll this past week.

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