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Henry Ford and the Jews : The Mass Production of Hate

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 18, 2003

    80% of the story

    It's not easy to subscribe rationality to the irrational, but Baldwin does a fine job of documenting how Ford's seemingly normal upbringing inspired a hateful mind. He also gives fine treatment to a touchy issue within the Jewish community even today - how, and even whether, to respond to virulent anti-Semitism on a public stage. But the book fails to develop the climactic theme that it seems to build toward for hundreds of pages: What did Ford think of the Holocaust, both as it was developing and in retrospect? Or, put another way - in the twilight of his life, how did he feel about what he had inspired in Hitler? As it stands, the latter part of the book jumps from the pre-war period directly to his death after the war, pausing only to expound on the slave labor of Ford-Werke- a key fact in the company's history but also an unfortunate tangent from the focus on Henry Ford. I'm not sure how you can round out Ford's history without this chapter.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2002

    At Last, Another Piece of the Puzzle Found

    I knew a girl in high school who had a bad reputation. Years later, we discovered that one boy, a rejected suitor, was responsibe for a number of 'stories' about her which it turns out, were absolutely false. I thought about that poor girl when I read how Henry Ford used his massive wealth to spread injurious lies about Jews on a world-wide basis. The lesson: the pen is indeed, mightier than he sword . . . and just as dangerous. Thank you Mr. Baldwin. This is a must for every library.

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