Film, Video The Swastika Epidemic: Jewish Politics & Human Rights in the 1960s
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- The Swastika Epidemic: Jewish Politics & Human Rights in the 1960s
- James Loeffler discusses the outbreak of global antisemitism in 1960 that prompted a United Nations investigation, resulting in the creation of the world's first international law against racism and the new ideological charge: "Zionism is racism."
- Event Date
- December 11, 2014
- - James Loeffler is a John W. Kluge Center Fellow at the Library of Congress.
- Related Resources
- John W. Kluge Center: https://www.loc.gov/kluge/
- Running Time
- 1 hours 4 minutes 39 seconds
- Online Format
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