History on Trial

Deborah E. Lipstadt


I had just finished teaching a class on the history of the Holocaust. Relaxed and upbeat, I was scheduled to talk to a student about her graduate work and then spend the afternoon finishing a book proposal on my new research project—a study of how the Holocaust was represented in post–World War II America. As I came into my office, my secretary…

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