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by Charles Patterson
Pages: 164 pages
Publisher: iUniverse (June 9, 2000)
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Anti-Semitism: The Road . .has been added to your Cart. Charles Patterson is a graduate of Amherst College and Columbia University (P. ). He is the award-winning author of a diverse selection of titles, including Anti-Semitism: The Road to the Holocaust and Beyond, Marian Anderson, Thomas Jefferson, and Animal Rights. Patterson is member of the Authors Guild, PEN, and the National Writers Union. He lives in New York City.
Most of the book, then, is neither especially objectionable nor especially valuable. The one sticking point is the lack of discrimination, or balance-as regards the US in particular. "There is little evidence that in the future the United States will prove to be any more resistant to anti-Semitism than Europe was,"" Patterson concludes. And that assertion is both factually indefensible and potentially mischievous.
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He is an active member of the Authors Guild, PEN, and The National Writers Union. He believed that innocent lives had greater importance than a piece of paper. Patterson is active in the Vegetarian Community, and was a guest speaker at the 2015 Veggie Pride Parade in New York City.
Yet Peterson rarely speaks about anti-Semitism itself, even though he says he’s been obsessed with the Holocaust since he was a teenager and lectures on it frequently. Critics say this omission may encourage anti-Semitism among Peterson’s followers, who range from avowed white nationalists to frustrated young men looking for a scapegoat. In an interview, Peterson told the Forward he feels that he is battling anti-Semitism through his work.
In a protest against Columbia University's animal cruelty, Patterson returned his doctorate to the president of the University, he believed that innocent lives had greater importance than a piece of paper