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  • The Salon Ep. 22: Airing January 21 – March 15, 2013

    Do non-Orthodox Jews have a marriage problem? On this episode of The Salon, panelists debate this question and more, including whether a new Israeli ban on skinny models is a good idea and why gun control is so hard to talk about. Plus a celebration of the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade and the continuing relevance of “Les Miserables.”
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    Watch the complete episode of The Salon 22:

    Clip: On a Jewish Marriage Agenda

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    Featuring Meredith Goldstein, author of the The Singles, and the “Love Letters” column in The Boston Globe; Jo Miller, Staff Writer for “The Daily Show with Jon Stewart”; and Katie Orenstein, Founder & CEO of The OpEd Project.
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    Clip: Do You Own Guns?


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    The Salon is hosted by Jane Eisner, Editor-in-Chief of The Forward, with co-host Rachel Sklar, Founder of Change The Ratio.

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    Clip: Happy 40th Anniversary, Roe v. Wade?


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    Clip: On The Continuing Relevance of “Les Miserables”

    Return to The Salon homepage.





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