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April 19, 1985 - Image 19

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Friday, April 19, 1985

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those people can be reached?
Are trials of neo-Nazi ex-
tremists like Zundel the an-
swer? Although they allow for
° the introduction of eyewitness
testimony by survivors of Hit-
ler's death camps, they also
provide a forum for the re-
visionists to spew religious
hatred to a wider audience.
Bettelheim doesn't think
much of show trails. He re-
members having "rather seri-
ous reservations about the
Eichmann trial. I'm sure you
remember the argument that
if people in Israel tend to
forget about the Holoaust,
what are you supposed to ex-
pect from the rest of the world?
It was Israel's purpose (in
holding the trial) to revive
that interest.
"I was really against the
- trial because when I was in the
concentration camps, people
were brought in that had been
kidnapped by the Nazis. I
think it is terrible to kidnap
people, and thus I was very
much against the kidnapping
of Eichmann. I felt that he
r ' D should have been shot down by
Israeli agents like they would
shoot down a mad dog. The
same thing with Mengele.
People like that shouldn't be
>_ allowed to roam the streets.
"But to make a trial is very
difficult because the United
States had recognized the
1' German government of Hitler
as a legitimate government.
Thus, how can you try some-
one who has executed the or-
ders of a government whose
legitimacy has been recog-
nized by the world? However,
the world today has a legal and
social obligation to seek out
and identify the perpetrators
of genocide. It does not give
people a good feeling to see
L. them go scot free. But on the
/ other hand, the trouble started
with those politicians who,
with the agreement of the
populations at large, recog-
nized Hitler as a legitimate
government. But no one will
ever be put on trial for that.
The world was ready to deal
with Hitler and to accept him,
just as today they deal with
the Hitlers of the world —
even the name 'Hitler' has now
become a generic term — be
they in Cambodia or Iran."
Bettelheim's early es-
pousement of the Israeli kib-
butz technique of child rearing
was once widely hailed by psy-
chologists as the possible solu-
tion to the problem of family
disintegration in urban
American ghettos. However,
he doesn't think the concept of
communal child rearing is

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