Useful Enemies: America’s Open-Door Policy for Nazi War Criminals by Richard Rashke

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Useful Enemies: America’s Open-Door Policy for Nazi War Criminals

'“A richly researched, gripping narrative about war, suffering, survival, corruption, injustice and morality.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred “Useful Enemies is a remarkable and riveting account of how good people in a great nation can do very bad things and fail to do good things. This is a terrifying account of the triumph of injustice in the false name of pragmatism and in the immoral service of bigotry.” —Alan Dershowitz “Essential reading for anyone interested in understanding a difficult chapter in American history.” —Ambassador Stuart E. Eizenstat'
'“A richly researched, gripping narrative about war, suffering, survival, corruption, injustice and morality.” —Kirkus Reviews, starred “Useful Enemies is a remarkable and riveting account of how good people in a great nation can do very bad things and fail to do good things. This is a terrifying account of the triumph of injustice in the false name of pragmatism and in the immoral service of bigotry.” —Alan Dershowitz “Essential reading for anyone interested in understanding a difficult chapter in American history.” —Ambassador Stuart E. Eizenstat'
Publisher: Delphinium Books ISBN: 9781480401594 Pages: 640