Kevin MacDonald: Series on Leo Frank, Part I

Kevin MacDonald: I am beginning a series of articles on the Leo Frank case, beginning with an account of Albert Lindemann’s important work in his 1991 book, The Jew Accused. The Frank case is important because it is part of the lachrymose view of Jewish history in America — a defining event that has been used by Jewish activist organizations ever since to indict the traditional culture of America, particularly the South. It is a truly amazing story that in the end broaches a great many of the issues that continue to surround Jews in America, particularly Jewish media influence and how Jews construct their own history from the perspective of the ingroup.

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