Bibliografía

Tanto las razones como el escogido orden de capítulos–comenzando por el final–que me mueven a traducir la trilogía del profesor Kevin B. MacDonald aparecen en mi primera entrada.

La cultura de la crítica:
Un análisis evolutivo de la participación judía
en los movimientos intelectuales y políticos
del siglo XX

©1998, 2002 Kevin MacDonald
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Traducción con el permiso del autor



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