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Ken RingleKritzler usefully reminds us of the scholarly heritage that gave birth to Jewish astronomers and cartographers without whom Columbus (and wasn't he at least part Jewish? The debate goes on!) could not have sailed. Mel Brooks's Inquisition ("History of the World—Part 1") may be more entertaining, but Kritzler should be commended for making us rethink a few historical assumptions.
—The Washington Post