The Culture of Critique: An Evolutionary Analysis of Jewish Involvement in Twentieth-century Intellectual and Political Movements

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1stBooks, 2002 - Social Science - 421 pages
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The author presents an evolutionary theory of Jewish involvement in immigration policy, anthropology, psychoanalysis, an leftist political ideology.

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Third (and presumably final) book in his all jooz all the time trilogy. This book is about the supposed infiltration of Jews into every intellectual and cultural movement of the 20th century. I give ... Read full review

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This is one of the best books I have ever read. It is a well-documented scholarly work that provides the truth about which group has persistently pursued an agenda of subverting America over many decades. This book is of critical import because only through seeking the truth does one have any chance of approaching reality. I have loaned my copy to other university-educated individuals only to meet with surprising disappointment when they've returned it with the comment that it was "over their head." I can't account for that response from others because I found the book a pleasure to read, straightforward, and easy to understand. That others find the book too abstruse suggests to me that the mark is blind to the con, which may explain why the subversive group has had such an easy time of progressing its agenda unobstructed over such a long period.  

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