Synopses & Reviews
Anti-Semitism remains a pernicious form of ethnic and religious intolerance and an assault on the fundamentals of human dignity and human rights. Exploring the history of anti-Semitism and providing the first comprehensive examination of the new rampant anti-Jewish sentiment worldwide, Abraham Foxman, national director of the Anti-Defamation League, offers a crucial discussion of the steps that must be taken to prevent this century from witnessing a replay of the horrors of the last.
“Abraham H. Foxman proceeds to construct an airtight case.” New York Times Book Review
“Foxman reminds us that vigilance is essential to protect our communities from nightmarish futures which are all too possible.” Former Senator Bill Bradley
“Foxman confronts a subtle and disturbing trend with objectivity, meticulous research and clarity.” Dr. Henry Kissinger
“[A] passionate and important book.” James Carroll, author of Constantine & #8217;s Sword
About the Author
Abraham H. Foxman is the national director of the Anti-Defamation League (ADL) and one of today's preeminent voices against hatred, discrimination, and violence in the United States and worldwide. Born in Poland in 1940, he survived the Holocaust when his parents entrusted him to their Catholic nursemaid, who baptized him and raised him as her own son. Foxman has been with the ADL for more than thirty-five years, and for nearly half of them has served as the national director.