What do Americans know about the Holocaust?
Call Number973.917 G62w
Statement of ResponsibilityJennifer Golub, Renae Cohen.
Creators & ContributorsGolub, Jennifer L.
SummaryGolub and Cohen report the results of a major survey — the first ever to exports systematically the degree of knowledge that Americans have about the Holocaust as well as the ways in which Americans view the Holocaust's lessons and implications. The survey findings, the authors make clear, underscore the "serious knowledge gap that exists for both adults and youth in the United States with regard to basic information about the Holocaust." At the same time, however, Golub andC then indicate that a "majority of Americans, both younger and older, recognize the importance of knowing about he Holocaust." —Forward
Physical Description 62 pages ; 22 cm
PublisherNew York : American Jewish Committee
RecognitionGifted in 1993 by the American Jewish Committee