Who's Afraid of Jewish Marriage?

A reply to my respondents.

A Jewish wedding in Morocco by Eugène Delacroix. Courtesy Wikipaintings.
A Jewish wedding in Morocco by Eugène Delacroix. Courtesy Wikipaintings.
Response
Sam Schulman
Feb. 23 2014

I’m grateful for my respondents’ careful attention to my argument, which all three of them oppose—in individual ways that also have more in common with each other than I would have expected.

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