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Noah Efron, Don Futterman, and Ha’aretz journalist Allison Kaplan Sommer discuss three topics of incomparable importance and end with an anecdote about something in Israel that made them smile this week.

Capital Crimes?
Israeli and global pharmaceutical giant Teva – once the most successful company to come from the soil of the holy land – has announced it will close factories in Israel and fire 1,700 workers. Should the factories be nationalized?

More Thomas Hobbes, Less Dale Carnegie?
Do Israel’s opposition politicians to be less civil towards Prime Minister Netanyahu and his government?

Webbutz?
Is there something particularly Israeli behind the ideology of Israeli entrepreneur Adam Neuman’s WeWork communal work spaces?

Music by Noam Rotem, off his new tenth anniversary rerelease of his beautiful record, Ezra Ba-Derekh:
Lalekhet k’mo Arieh
Oleh ve-Yored
Ezra ba-Derekh
K’mo Ruah

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