Issue: No. 2
CODOH Series · No. 2 · January 2000
Going After Pat Buchanan: Americanism and Anti-Semitism
What do you call a man who puts America's interests first, saved a man from the gallows, and defends Charles Lindbergh? Some call him "Anti-Semite."
How "Farenheit 451" Trends Threaten Intellectual Freedom
In the Middle Ages, we burned books and witches. We enjoyed it. We've come a long way from those days - haven't we?
A Challenge from the USHMM: A Revisionist Response, Part 2
This taxpayer funded extravaganza focuses on one tragedy, dismisses and distorts others, and displays a bomb shelter door claiming it's the door to a "gas chamber." Why?
The Greatest Error of the Twentieth Century
If World War Two had to happen because of World War One, what happens if we find out that World War One was a mistake? Who do we get to blame then?
Reviews, Comment, Letters
Documents in this category
|O'Keefe, T.||A Challenge from the USHMM, A Revisionist Response, Part 2: The Museum's Evidence for Gas Chambers||English||2000-01-01|
|Brewer, G.||Holocaust Holiday Proposed in Britain.||English||2000-01-01|
|Brewer, G.||Will the Gold Train be a Gravy Train?||English||2000-01-01|
|Smith, B.||The ADL's 'Black Slavery' Ruse||English||2000-01-01|
|Brewer, G.||The ADL! A World of Sameness, Sameness, Sameness.||English||2000-01-01|
|Brewer, G.||The Grasshopper and the Ant||English||2000-01-01|
|Brewer, G.||Germany Seeks Extradition of Exiled Scientist.||English||2000-01-01|
|Halvorsen, W.||Going After Pat Buchanan, Americanism and Anti-Semitism||English||2000-01-01|
|Sommers, E.||The Greatest Error of the Twentieth Century, A Review||English||2000-01-01|
|Widmann, R.||How Fahrenheit 451 Trends Threaten Intellectual Freedom||English||1998-02-14|