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The Eichmann Trial: An Ineradicable Sense of Justice

Claudia Hilb reflects on how Adolf Eichmann's crimes awakened in Arendt an archaic sense of justice that is at the same time restrained by the limitations of modern judicial systems. Posted on 8 December 2014 | 10:00 am

Excerpts from the Sassen Papers

In response to the my essay on “Misreading ‘Eichmann in Jerusalem,” I have been asked repeatedly how to access the Sassen papers, the more than 1,300 pages of memoir and interview transcripts that Eichmann produced while he was in Argentina. The first answer is simple: Read the two issues of Life magazine from November 28…Read more Excerpts from the Sassen Papers Posted on 12 July 2013 | 2:22 pm

The House We All Live in

This past weekend I took the time to watch Eugene Jarecki’s new documentary film The House I Live In, which calls passionately and insistently for the U.S. to end its decades-long War on Drugs. Jarecki’s previous documentary work includes The Trials of Henry Kissinger (2002) and Why We Fight (2006), and he is known for…Read more The House We All Live in Posted on 22 January 2013 | 12:33 pm