(In)tolerance and (in)correct interpretation

  • 2003-12-11
  • By Janis Bosteins
Browsing at a bookstore recently in the nonfiction aisle, a particular book caught my eye. As is my habit, I flipped to the index to see what mention, if any, the book made of Estonia, Latvia or Lithuania. There was nothing under the first two, or anything under "Baltics," but Lithuania was shown as being the topic of some eight pages or so in the third. Interested, I perused further, so much so that I returned and bought the book the next day.Newly published, the book is titled "Never Again?" and the author is Abraham Foxman, national director of the Anti-Defamation League, a well-known Je...
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