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A Gun for Everyone

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Today in Tablet Magazine, Liel Leibovitz presents two arguments. One, that the lesson of this week’s parasha—which contains Moses’s famous “eye for an eye, tooth for a tooth” injunction—would actually, if properly implemented, lead to an era of greater progressiveness and personal accountability. And, second, that the best way to get this done would be if everyone had guns.

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