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Adam Tooze’s magnificent 2007 book, “The Wages of Destruction,” provided a thorough reevaluation of the economic life and death of Nazi Germany. It was a challenging but satisfying read. In his new work, “The Deluge,” Tooze embarks on an even bigger and more ambitious undertaking. Economics is still the focus, but the scope is global, with the narrative moving from striking metalworkers in Buenos Aires to imperial brinkmanship between Japan and China to postwar U.
Hatred of Jews goes back a long way. Early on in her new book, “Dark Mirror,” Sara Lipton cites David Nirenberg’s “Anti-Judaism: The Western Tradition,” which shows that hundreds of years before the birth of Christianity, various societies found it useful to attack their Jewish minorities, establishing the model for Western scapegoating.
The Islamic State’s summer rampage across northern Iraq sent thousands of Christians and members of other non-Muslim religions fleeing for their lives as members of the self-declared caliphate burned and desecrated Christian sites and ordered conversions to Islam. As the militants executed and enslaved Yazidi men, women and children, with thousands more fleeing up Mount Sinjar in the scorching heat, President Obama told the nation that the United States had to save a starving “ancient religious sect’’ from genocide.
Countless books and films have told all or some fraction of how Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel came to dominate and transform the fashion industry. Followers of fashion have been regaled with tales of her love affairs and how pillow talk helped to finance her design empire. Fans of bootstrap success stories have heard admiring snippets of how an orphaned young girl managed to combine her modest sewing skills with an eye for style to rise from peasant to cultural royalty.
No red-blooded American of today would favor censoring works of art. But while reading Dick Lehr’s fascinating new book, “The Birth of a Nation,” you may find yourself rooting for just that, in the form of a clampdown on the landmark 1915 film of the same name. It’s a matter of historical context.