ITALICS Everything, immediately, without effort

By David Bidussa

At the first difficulty, Jews around the desert complain. They want to go back to Egypt, or they make a feigned egalitarian revolt convinced that everyone should decides for themselves. We have been reading about it, including a week ago about Korach in the parsha.
The charm of “everything, immediately, without effort” is an evergreen.

*David Bidussa is a historian of social ideas.