Never, to my knowledge, in the history of intellectual controversy has any book met such devastating refutation as Hannah Arendt’s Eichmann in Jerusalem in Jacob Robinson’s critique, And the Crooked Shall Be Made Straight.*
After Robinson’s argument not a single one of Miss Arendt’s main contentions can be credited; and a great many of her minor contentions—including
those irrelevant to her main theses—have also to be tossed out. She was wrong about Ei...
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