In justice matters mona weissmark explores the complexities behind the legacy that is forced upon the children of holocaust survivors and holocaust perpetrators while it is so easy to see the world in shades of either black or white weissmarks justice matters shows that peoples perceived truth is often times much more complicated. In the fall of 1992 in a small room in boston ma an extraordinary meeting took place for the first time the sons and daughters of holocaust victims met face to face with the children of nazis for a fascinating research project to discuss the intersections of their pasts and the painful legacies that history has imposed on them. Justice matters legacies of the holocaust and world war ii user review not available book verdict for the research project that spawned this book psychologist weissmark herself the daughter of concentration camp survivors brought together the children of holocaust victims and the children of . Justice matters legacies of the holocaust and world war ii by mona sue weissmark new york oxford university press 2003 191 pp 2800 new york oxford university press 2003 191 pp 2800 weissmark is a psychologist and director of the institute for social justice at roosevelt university in chicago. Taking that remarkable gathering as its starting pointjustice matters illustrates how the psychology of hatred and ethnic resentment is passed from generation to generation psychologist mona weissmark herself the child of holocaust survivors argues that justice is profoundly shaped by emotional responses
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