". . . Richard Cravatts is one of this rare breed of scholars who must be taken seriously and who are thankfully not yet extinct [and this book] makes for indispensable reading. . .Cravatts pulls no punches, relentlessly anatomizing the pedagogic bias currently in place ..." --DAVID SOLWAY, FrontPage Magazine
"If you are only going to read one book on the rampant anti-Semitic and anti-Israel campaign on American campuses, this is it."
--EFRAIM KARSH, Director, Middle East Forum
From the Back Cover
"Richard L. Cravatts has recently emerged as a leading voice against the resurgence of anti-Semitism and anti-Israelism on American college and university campuses. In Genocidal Liberalism, Cravatts details the darkest problems facing Jewish students today and provides specific solutions for how the worst universities can be turned around. Most readers will be shocked by the stories that Cravatts has to tell."
--KENNETH L.MARCUS, President, The Louis D. Brandeis Center for Human Rights Under Law and former Staff Director, U.S. Commission on Civil Rights
"Cravatts vividly documents the jihad against Jews and Israel on the American campus. His important study should inspire the necessary counter-jihad.
--DANIEL PIPES, President of the Middle East Forum and founder of Campus Watch
"Richard Cravatts' insightful book graphically illustrates the double-standard that dominates so much of today's rhetoric surrounding the Middle East. Just as the United States can be rightfully accused of being less than even-handed in the region because of its strategic relationship with Israel, so too can Arab leaders be similarly accused - who complain mightily of perceived Israeli mistreatment but then turn a deaf ear to Palestinian pleas for humanitarian assistance. While most of this can be attributed to the politics of national self-interest, academe should be held to a higher standard in which it provides a detached platform to facilitate the kind of thoughtful exchange that gives all sides their just due."
--DR. DOUGLAS M. JOHNSTON, President, International Center for Religion & Diplomacy and author of Religion, Terror, and Error: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Challenge of Spiritual Engagement
"Richard Cravatts' . . . words are a difficult lesson, but an important education. The book is so important that it should be required reading for all North American university administrators."
--MERYLE KATES, Executive Director, Advocates for Civil Liberties, Toronto