Albert S. Lindemann replies

Albert S. Lindemann replies Communications 1871 REVIEWS OF BOOKS ism. "Surely these accusations ought to be corroborat­ ed," I wrote in reply, "but I have begun to despair of Lindemann's ever trying to corroborate anything that To THE EDITOR: he says" (January 18, 1998). (The entire debate be­ tween Lindemann and me can be read at my web page I am writing to protcst Albert S. Lindemann's latest at www.tamu.cdu.) Lindcmann has had plcnty of time defamatory attack on Robert S. Wistrich (AHR 105 to reconsider his argumentative practices. Instead, he [June 2000]: 1083-84). Wistrich's negative review of displays a remarkable consistency. Rather than exam­ Esau's Tears appeared in Cummentary over two years ining their work in any detail, he prefers to stigmatize ago. Apparently, Lindemann cannot let it go. He must his adversaries. settle the scorc any way he can. Which brings me to my last point. The targets of Thus Wistrich is "blind to nuance and moral com­ Lindemann's relentless attacks-Wistrich, Dawidow­ plexity, shallow and monotonous in interpretation, and icz, Goldhagen, me-all have one thing in common. devoid of scruple in lashing out at those he defines as We are unashamed of our loyalty to the Jewish people. enemies." His writing http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The American Historical Review Oxford University Press

Albert S. Lindemann replies

The American Historical Review, Volume 105 (5) – Dec 1, 2000

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Communications 1871 REVIEWS OF BOOKS ism. "Surely these accusations ought to be corroborat­ ed," I wrote in reply, "but I have begun to despair of Lindemann's ever trying to corroborate anything that To THE EDITOR: he says" (January 18, 1998). (The entire debate be­ tween Lindemann and me can be read at my web page I am writing to protcst Albert S. Lindemann's latest at www.tamu.cdu.) Lindcmann has had plcnty of time defamatory attack on Robert S. Wistrich (AHR 105 to reconsider his argumentative practices. Instead, he [June 2000]: 1083-84). Wistrich's negative review of displays a remarkable consistency. Rather than exam­ Esau's Tears appeared in Cummentary over two years ining their work in any detail, he prefers to stigmatize ago. Apparently, Lindemann cannot let it go. He must his adversaries. settle the scorc any way he can. Which brings me to my last point. The targets of Thus Wistrich is "blind to nuance and moral com­ Lindemann's relentless attacks-Wistrich, Dawidow­ plexity, shallow and monotonous in interpretation, and icz, Goldhagen, me-all have one thing in common. devoid of scruple in lashing out at those he defines as We are unashamed of our loyalty to the Jewish people. enemies." His writing

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