Most books go unread, and those that are read are quickly forgotten. Not <strong><i>Eichmann in Jerusalem</i></strong>. Arguments about it endure, and they tell us much about ourselves

Most books go unread, and those that are read are quickly forgotten. Not Eichmann in Jerusalem. Arguments about it endure, and they tell us much about
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Most books go unread, and those that are read are quickly forgotten. Not Eichmann in Jerusalem. Arguments about it endure, and they tell us much about ourselves

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