Holocaust Denial Literature Further Reading - Essay

Further Reading

(Twentieth-Century Literary Criticism)

Bercuson, David, and Wertheimer, Douglas. A Trust Betrayed: The Keegstra Affair. Toronto: Doubleday Canada Limited, 1985, 241 p.

Focuses on the trial of Jim Keegstra, a Canadian teacher accused of using anti-Semitic and revisionist books and tracts in his classroom.

Bolton, Judith. "Holocaust Revisionism: Editing the Past." Congress Monthly 59, No. 5 (July-August 1992): 9-12.

Briefly discusses the impact of Holocaust denial on historical study, and concludes: "Rather than resist it by reinventing, rearranging, or downgrading it, the Holocaust must be acknowledged as well as anchored with ethical and moral imperatives."


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