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  1. Franklin Hugh Adler (2013). Introduction: The Particularities of Fascist Anti-Semitism. Telos 2013 (164):3-10.
    ExcerptWhen we examine European anti-Semitism during the 1930s, and especially the Shoah, the case of Germany looms so large that the Nazi regime immediately appears as the paradigmatic form of fascism and the manifold policies directed against European Jewry during the 1930s little more than German racial policy writ large. Without in any way trivializing or, worse, relativizing in an ethical sense the German case, one might nevertheless suggest that it occupies too much conceptual space and occludes a more precise (...)
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  2. Franklin Hugh Adler (2011). Israel's Mizrahim: “Other” Victims of Zionism or a Bridge to Regional Reconciliation? Telos 2011 (156):61-75.
    ExcerptIt may come as a surprise to those unfamiliar with Israeli society, and especially to those who have been led to believe it composed primarily of European Jews who settled in the Middle East, that roughly half of Israel's Jewish population is made up of Jews who for millennia were deeply rooted in the region, and who were summarily expelled from Arab states after Israel was founded in 1948. In fact, this Arab Jewish population exceeds in number those Palestinians who (...)
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  3. Franklin Hugh Adler (2010). The Hermeneutics of Civility. Telos 2010 (152):171-180.
    ExcerptMy focus shall be on challenges to civility in Europe raised by the presence of sizable immigrant communities, which, unlike those of earlier times, are significantly different from host populations in terms of national origin, race, religion, ethnicity, and culture. Coming principally from former colonial territories, their otherness additionally bears the deep historical imprint of inferiority and subordination, merited or not, to the degree that to Europeans they sometimes appear to be, at worst, uncivilized, or, at best, to live in (...)
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  4. Franklin Hugh Adler (2005). On Mussolini and the Jews: A Critical Response to Cabona. Telos 2005 (133):120-130.
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  5. Franklin Hugh Adler (1999). Antiracism, Difference and Xenologica. Cultural Values 3 (4):492-502.
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  6. Franklin Hugh Adler (1982). Book Review:Gramsci and Marxist Theory. Chantel Mouffe. [REVIEW] Ethics 92 (2):365-.
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