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What A Film About Holocaust Denial Can Teach Us About Electing The Next President

At a recent film screening, I had the uncanny feeling I was watching something with critical relevance to the presidential race ? though it had nothing to do with politics. The film ? aptly titled “Denial” ? explores the repercussions of the Holocaust and specifically, those who deny its historical truth. “Denial” tells the true story of American historian Deborah E.
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