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Friday, September 09, 2005

Game, set and match

"When Harvard Law Professor and self-described civil libertarian Alan Dershowitz asked Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger to stop the University of California Press from publishing Beyond Chutzpah, he unleashed a pre-publication firestorm. It becomes clear after only a few chapters why Dershowitz sought to suppress this book. Finkelstein so thoroughly demolishes Dershowitz’s credibility that, if this were a boxing match, the referee would have stopped the fight in the third round and declared Finkelstein the winner by technical knockout."

Randy Shaw, Beyond Chron, San Francisco's Alternative Online Daily


Blogger Shabadoo said...

Oooooh.....San Francisco's Alternative Online Daily! Well, game, set and match indeed. Sheesh.

Considering how much you love Finkelstein, what do you think of his continual use of scare-quotes around the phrase "six million", and some of the comments he's made about about survivors? I mean, really, this sullen teenage rebellion/dissent act of yours has to have limits, doesn't it?

Friday, September 09, 2005 1:16:00 pm  
Blogger Glenn Condell said...


Wasn't there a cartoon character who used to say that ad infinitum? Barney Rubble perhaps?

Friday, September 09, 2005 3:42:00 pm  
Blogger asdfsdafsda said...

Once more Shabadumb shows how DUMB a DUMB person can be. Your average 5 year old is smarter and better educatated that Shabadumb.

Saturday, September 10, 2005 12:53:00 am  
Blogger arie brand said...

I am looking forward to reading Finkelstein's book as I do to Michael Neumann's forthcoming anti- Dershowitz polemic: "The case against Israel" which, no doubt, will floor the poor professor, after he has barely recovered from Finkelstein's attack, once more.

Arie Brand

Monday, September 19, 2005 6:43:00 pm  

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