'Hitler Is Dead' Robert Siegel talks with Leon Wieseltier, author of Hitler is Dead, an article in the May 27 issue of The New Republic magazine. The essay is a critique of what Wieseltier calls a 'panic' among American Jews, some of whom have described the current Mideast violence as a continuation of a pattern of anti-Semitism, aimed at the annihilation of the Jews. (7:30)
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Robert Siegel talks with Leon Wieseltier, author of Hitler is Dead, an article in the May 27 issue of The New Republic magazine. The essay is a critique of what Wieseltier calls a 'panic' among American Jews, some of whom have described the current Mideast violence as a continuation of a pattern of anti-Semitism, aimed at the annihilation of the Jews. (7:30)
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