"Any suggestion that Mexicans are fundamentally different from Americans should be taken as racist on its face; America, after all, is a pluralistic society, and Mexico is hardly the alien civilization that some (really, just Samuel Huntington) would suggest."
-- David Plotz, Even Racist Europeans Are Right Sometimes
Spring 2006In Mira Siegelberg's review of Professor Samuel Moyn's new book "A Holocaust Controversy" in our latest issue, quotation marks were mistakenly left off a quote taken from Moyn's essay in The Journal of American History.
Found on page 54 after Siegelberg introduces Moyn's debate with historian Omar Bartov, the paragraph that begins "While it had major and undeniable vices..." should have quotation marks.
We regret this mistake and are committed to accuracy.
In Joyce Hau's review "Oscar Bluemner at the Whitney: The Bloom That Never Fades," proper credits for the reproduced images were not given. Addtionally, credits for "Eye of Fate," Bluemner's painting that is reproduced on the cover were mistakenly left out. We regret this mistake and our committed to acuracy. Please e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org if you believe you have found an inaccuracy.
Please see proper credits for the Bluemner images below:
Eye of Fate
Expression of a Silktown in N.J. (Paterson Centre)
Summer Night, 1936