In both the U.S. and Israel, the same deadly fruits... are again ripe. Hawkins' historical examination also probes the persecution of the Jews throughout history and the reasons, both real and imagined, why Hebrew people have faced hatred and persecution. He gathers evidence that history could repeat itself.
Once again, unguarded doors could permit zealots to march through. The pre-WWII experience could happen again, from village to metropolis, in situations both social and business, to poor and wealthy alike. A generation of survivors is diminishing, leaving fewer to remind of first-hand experiences at the hands of ruthless seekers of global domination. This book shows how the Holocaust could have been prevented, and why action now could preclude the inevitable. Shocking and persuasive. -- The Book Reader Magazine, Spring/Summer 1996