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ChoiceGarber and Zuckerman are prolific authors with a broad command of Jewish history, literature, and theology....With respect to the Shoah, the authors' most sustained reflection focuses on the political, psychological, and theological problems with the word "Holocaust"....their patient analysis of its history and connotations is a valuable corrective to the often-facile use of a complex term. Summing Up: RECOMMENDED. Lower-level undergraduates through faculty/researchers; general readers.
— S. Gowler, Berea College