By Theodore Isaac Rubin
As a toddler, Ted Rubin couldn't comprehend why a few humans hated him and his kinfolk purely simply because they have been Jews. He quickly came upon that different teams have been hated and that bigotry was once a perilous disorder that destroys its hosts in addition to its victims.
As a psychiatrist, Dr. Rubin realized that anti-Semitism and different deep-seated prejudices are non-organic ailments of the brain: malignant emotional health problems that may be handled simply via first knowing the original psychodynamics concerned. Little has been written approximately this point of bigotry. Anti-Semitism is a daring pastime to make clear one in all humankind's so much damaging and contagious health problems, and provides desire and therapeutic for the future.
In Anti-Semitism, Rubin lays the foundation for someone to effectively conquer hatred, to appreciate the place it comes from and why, and to acknowledge that anti-Semitism devastates humans, cripples vanity, and is able to engendering nice pain, horror and murder.” somebody who has wrestled with hatred or bigotry, both because the sufferer or the host, will locate readability and path in Dr. Rubin’s eloquent research.
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