Our Jewish Cognitive Dissonance

 “the state of having inconsistent thoughts, beliefs or attitudes, especially as 
 relating to behavioral decisions and attitude change”

 “the state of having inconsistent thoughts, beliefs or attitudes, especially as
 relating to behavioral decisions and attitude change”

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Our Jewish Cognitive Dissonance

The articles in this special section:

A Catskill Summer

Linda Tucker

A 1940s season at Winitsky’s Rooming House with a new friend —  one for whom “camp” means something very different. 

Lonely Planet Mikveh

Jane Medved

"We've palmed two flashlights off the resort owner, mumbling that we like to take midnight swims."

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Wallpaper

Hester Goldstein

In the Orthodox world this pseudonymous writer inhabits, her non-Jewish boyfriend has about a thousand strikes against him. Is that why he feels like a refresh button?