The End of Days
A Story of Tolerance, Tyranny, and the Expulsion of the Jews from Spain
Publisher: Prometheus Books, Amherst
Year Published: 1995
Pages: 327pp ISBN: 978-1573920179
Library of Congress Number: DS135.S7P34 1995 Dewey: 946/.004924
In attempting to pinpoint the historical events that turned a culture of tolerance into an autocratic police state, Paris compares what occurred in medieval Spain to the social upheavals of 19th and 20th century France and Germany. She discovers many striking patterns and also eerie similarities with the social and political unrest in modern day North America.
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