Deniers Of The Holocaust (Holocaust (Twenty-First Century))
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Reviewed with Ted Gottfried's Displaced Persons.
Gr. 6-12. Many believe that we should pay no attention to contemporary deniers of the Holocaust, refusing them the publicity that comes with a reply. But not Gottfried. In Deniers, he answers lunatic arguments clearly, proving a truth so horrifying that it seems unbelievable. He goes on to show that the deniers and today's racists, including white supremacists, are cut from the same cloth, and discusses Internet hate sites, issues of free speech, and the dangers of moral relativism. Displaced Persons looks at the suffering of survivors immediately following the war, when many people returned "home" to face racism, displacement, even massacre, and when countries, including the U.S., denied shelter to most refugees. Gottfried touches on topics ranging from the rise of Zionism and the revival of hope to the birth of the nation of Israel, including the displacement of the Palestinians who lived there. The books are rich with topics for discussion, and the documentation is meticulous, with source notes, a bibliography, and Web site listings. The spacious design, with lots of subheads, photos, and dramatic woodcuts at the start of each chapter, makes the books very readable. Hazel Rochman
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Descripción 21st Century, 2001. Library Binding. Estado de conservación: New. Never used!. Nº de ref. de la librería P110761319506
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