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Uncovering Houdini, political birthright, and more

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Today in Tablet Magazine, Rachel Shteir figures out Harry Houdini through a new exhibit at New York’s Jewish Museum. In his weekly parsha column, Liel Leibovitz observes how today’s political Esaus remain dumbfounded at the dirty tricks the Jacobs are able to pull. The Scroll wonders why so many magicians were Jewish.

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