By Abraham H. Foxman
The consultant of the Jewish group and staunch defender of human rights, Foxman grants a robust blow to such rules as "The Israel Lobby." He exhibits how previous stereotypes linked to the main virulent sorts of bigotry were resurfacing and taking refined new varieties. From Carter to Mearsheimer, he addresses the general public figures who make those ideals seem credible. He additionally unearths a anxious parallel pattern: the decline of worldwide Jewish cohesion, which he argues is important for facing the present hazard. Foxman advocates forthright and decisive recommendations to a global drawback, making sure that it will be a huge clarion name.