by Jacques Berlinerblau and Terrence L. Johnson
"He appears to be attacking one thing (i.e., the Jews), yet his true targets lie elsewhere."
Attributing either the Holocaust or anti-Black racism to "man's inhumanity to man" ignores the specific roles of ideology and politics in creating systemic racism. The authors of a new book on Black-Jewish relations in America discuss how discourse goes astray between the general and the specific.
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