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Holocaust deniers, a kosher video game, and weird kids

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Today begins Tablet’s four part series by Mark Oppenheimer investigating two very different men at the center of the Holocaust-revisionism movement, plus, Adam Kirsch weighs in on a new book positing that American Jews were not as silent about the Holocaust as we’ve been told. Liel Leibovitz discovers a hidden bar mitzvah in the new Ghostbusters video game. And Marjorie Ingall learns to accept that she won’t always understand her younger daughter. Plus, stay tuned for more on The Scroll throughout the day.

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