Outlawing genocide denial : the dilemmas of official historical truth /
"Holocaust denial can be viewed as another form of hatred against Jews and restricting it can be understood as a way of preventing hate speech. Germany has made it a crime punishable by law. Other European countries have adopted similar laws. While the rationales for criminalizing speech seems...
Salt Lake City :
The University of Utah Press,
|Series:||UPCC book collections on Project MUSE. History Supplement.
Table of Contents:
- Holocaust denial law in the German Federal Republic
- Holocaust denial under the Austrian Verbotsgesetz
- Genocide denial law in Switzerland
- The French Lois Mémorielles
- The Zűndel case in Canada
- International bodies and genocide denial
- Criminalizing the denial or affirmation of the Armenian genocide
- American exceptionalism : the Mermelstein case
- State-mandated genocide education.