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"Facts are Facts" by  Benjamin (Ben) H Freedman - Paperback - First Thus - 1955 - from RareNonFiction.com and Biblio.com

"Facts are Facts"

by Freedman, Benjamin (Ben) H

Condition: Very Good


New York: Benjamin H. Freedman. Paperback. [2], 62 pages. Facsimile reproduction of letter addressed to Dr. David Goldstein, LL.D., by Benjamin H. Freedman, dated October 10, 1954. Freedman, a Jew turned Catholic, presents carefully researched and extensively referenced arguments, including why Jesus was not a Jew. His arguments lean heavily upon the history of the Chazars (Khazars) and cited Talmudic passages. Copy of detailed two-page typescript letter from Conde McGinley, Editor of the semi-monthly publication Common Sense, laid-in. McGinley encourages readers to order more copies of this work to help spread its message and to help fund his legal defense against Rabbi Joachim Prinz (who had accused Common Sense of libel for characterizing his as a "Red Rabbi"). Also laid-in is a copy of a one-page typescript page imploring readers to get copies of this book into the hands of half-a-million American community leaders. Light wear to book. Underlining and marginal lines in colored pencil on seven pages, inside back cover, and on first page of McGinley letter. Seven years after this letter was written, Freedman gave a shocking speech (audio available online) in which he linked the signing of the Balfour Declaration with America's entry into WWI. A sound vintage copy of this profound work. (Singerman 928) . Very Good. 1955. First Thus.




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