Hitler Is Dead

Wieseltier, Leon
May 2002
New Republic;5/27/2002, Vol. 226 Issue 20, p19
Discusses the efforts of Jews throughout the world to establish a sense of identity. Concerns of Jews regarding the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism in the Arab world; Discussion of the atrocities that the Palestinians have committed against the Israelis; Problem with typological thinking about history; Fright of American Jewry; Possibility of ethnic panic in the U.S.


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