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SIX QUESTIONS ON (OR ABOUT) HOLOCAUST DENIAL
History and Theory
Vol. 49, No. 2 (May 2010), pp. 157-168
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/40864439
Page Count: 12
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Six questions are outlined and then responded to about Holocaust denial. These consider (1) Holocaust denial's view of the Holocaust counterfactually—if it had occurred; (2) the presumed adequacy of the binary choice between Holocaust denial and affirmation; (3) the status and credence of their own assertions among denial advocates; (4) the often implied historiographie uniqueness of Holocaust denial; (5) the contributions to Holocaust history of the denial position; (6) the measures—scholarly, legislative, practical—that have been or might be directed at the phenomenon of Holocaust denial.
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