I have waited a few days to publish these comments in order to let the hype die down, reality sink in, and the tectonic plates to settle back into place. Now that there is a bit more calm—riots and fire not withstanding—here are a few notes on the 2016 election. I was not surprised by […]
John Sack’s An Eye for an Eye is a disheartening book. It tells the story of Jewish revenge against their German oppressors in 1945. The book describes how the Russian liberators of the death camps in Poland recruited holocaust survivors to carry out a policy of de-Nazification of the war-torn area. What began as a desire to find, incarcerate, and try their Nazi antagonists, the Jewish survivors became like their tormentors in that they went after noncombatants.