Outspoken Experts Explode the Myths By Jerome Chanes (480 Pages)Publisher: Birch Lane Press, 1995
Antisemitism in America Today, the first book of its kind in three decades, provides incisive, up-to-date assessments written just for this volume by nineteen leading Jewish thinkers and authorities. These experts explore the history, psychology, expression, and dynamics of antisemitism. In the process, a few myths are exploded. Among the contributors and their topics: *Martin S. Bergmann, the psychology of antisemitism *Letty Cottin Pogrebin, antisemitism in the women's movement *Jack Wertheimer, the history of antisemitism in America *Barry Rubin, American Jews, Israel, and the psychological role of antisemitism *Rabbi A. James Rudin, Christian-Jewish relations and antisemitism.
"--Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, Distinguished Professor City Univesity of New York Graduate Center" - --Cynthia Fuchs Epstein, Distinguished Professor City Univesity of New York Graduate Center