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Confessions of a Holocaust Revisionist

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The extraordinary story of an ordinary American who one day discovered he'd believed something all his adult life about Germans and Jews that was not true. Earthy, humorous, unsparing of its author, it's a compelling account of how Smith's quest for right relationship with men, women and ideas led him to confront his last frontier of unwarranted belief - the Holocaust ...more
Paperback, 123 pages
Published November 1st 1987 by Prima Facie
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tENTATIVELY, cONVENIENCE
Jan 08, 2008 rated it did not like it
Shelves: politics
This was published by Popular Reality Press - wch is a press run by a former friend of mine known variously as David "Crowbar" Nestle &, now, post-'sex-change', Susan Poe. It's my understanding that Crowbar probably published this in the spirit of free speech - presenting an extremely unpopular opinion in the 'leftist' environment that most of Popular Reality's publications wd be likely to be read by. No doubt, Crowbar made some new enemies w/ this one. I remember the author, Bradley Smith, ...more
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Recommends it for: Researchers of neo-fascism and holocaust denial
Recommended to Michael by: Loompanics Press
As with "The Turner Diaries," I am going to resist the urge to legitimize this book by rating it. I encountered this book as an undergraduate in college who regarded himself as "open minded" and free from conventional ideas. It was presented as an exploration of the ultimate blasphemy, and thus targeted ideally to people like me. Reading it resulted in a kind of existential crisis - I suddenly realized that I didn't know enough about the past to refute the arguments of holocaust deniers, and ...more
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Former media director of the Institute of Historical Review and founder of the Committee for Open Debate on the Holocaust ( CODOH )