Modest no more, Israelis have joined the rich man's world
I spend, therefore I am: Israelis have eagerly embraced the culture of conspicuous consumption.
When G. and A., a young couple from central Israel, decided to get married, they knew only one thing about their coming nuptials: they did not want it to be a big deal. They would do something simple, they thought, something “modest.” Only parents and siblings would be invited. Maybe also a few close friends. Instead of renting a hall and paying for a caterer and floral arrangements and a beautician,...
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