Year: 1998

Holocaust Literature vs. holocaust scholarship

Having recently finished reading Nation on Trial, Norman Finkelstein's acclaimed critique of Daniel J. Goldhagen's Hitler's Willing Executioners, I was struck by his identification of an important distinction. Finkelstein draws a contrast between what he calls “holocaust scholarship,” which he defines as historical and multicausal, and “Holocaust literature,” which he defines as ahistorical and monocausal….

Free Speech Advocate Takes on Self-Styled Net Nazi Hunter

Date: Thursday, November 26, 1998 4:51:18 AMDate: Wednesday, November 25, 1998 12:58:14 PMFrom: [email protected]Subj: U-Group: Re: Zundel my hero! Or a nut???In article , [email protected] wrote:> In , on Sun, 22 Nov 1998 09:10:03 +0000,> ASMarques pretending to be Gunilla> Sigurdsdottir wrote:> > >Why is everybody talking about coups and nazis? Could > >anyone tell…

New U.S. copyright laws ban Webcasts of many TV, radio programs

10.30.98 The two-day-old U.S. copyright law, originally presented as an anti-piracy measure, is imposing unanticipated new restrictions on journalists, broadcasters and librarians. President Clinton signed the new Copyright Act into law Wednesday. It was the culmination of months of hard lobbying by the major Hollywood studios to increase charges for use of copyrighted material online….

California Institute of Technology Won't Run CODOH Ad – Yet ran It

Lexi Baugher, ad manager for The California Tech at California Institute of Technology, called to say The Tech would run the ad. On the 14th we discussed the layout of the ad by telephone and it was set to go on the 18th. I then received an e-mail message from their business manager: Dear Mr….

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