Holocaust Denial in North America
In Antisemitism in North America, the editors have brought together an impressive array of scholars from diverse disciplines and political orientations to assess the condition of the Jews in the United States, Canada, Mexico, and the Caribbean. The contributors do not always agree with each other, but they offer perspectives of why the Jewish experience in North America has neither been free from antisemitism nor ever so unwelcoming and dangerous as the countries from which they came. Contributors examine antisemitism in culture, politics, religion, law, and higher education.
Kenneth Lasson, Holocaust Denial in North America, in Antisemitism in North America: New World, Old Hate (Steven K. Baum et al. eds., 2016).
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