Book Imperfect justice - Stuart e. eizenstat

Imperfect justice
Imperfect justice

formato 17 x 24 cm .foreword by elie wiesel. livro em ótimo estado de conservação com as páginas limpas... Think of this book as one-stop shopto learn about the Holocaust restitution negotiations of the late 1990s. Eizenstat was at the center of the tornado, as European companies and banks belatedly made compensation for their WWII-era behavior. In this comprehensive, well-written and unsparing reflection on those negotiations, the former Clinton administration official offers a behind-the-scenes look at how agreements were reached to provide Holocaust survivors with monies they or their families had lost during the war. He begins with the unusual pair of World Jewish Congress (whose president, Edgar Bronfman, was a friend of Clinton's) and Republican Sen. Alfonse D'Amato, who teamed up to make this an issue that Europe could not ignore. Whether writing about the most well-publicized of these negotiations—the German slave labor agreement or the "Swiss gold" affair, which eventually led to a $1.25-billion settlement—or some of the lesser-known accords, Eizenstat tells his story with flair and with due regard for the role of politics (D'Amato, for instance, "milked the Swiss controversy for everything it was worth"). . e2 g2 piso5b

ISBN: 158648110


Código de Barras: 9781586481100


Origem: Importado


Idioma: Inglês


Categoria: Livros


Autor: Stuart e. eizenstat


Título: Imperfect justice


Editora: Public Affairs


Ano: 2003


Assunto: Guerra


Páginas: 401


Peso: 1250 gramas


Conservação: Produto Usado



Descrição

formato 17 x 24 cm .foreword by elie wiesel. livro em ótimo estado de conservação com as páginas limpas... Think of this book as one-stop shopto learn about the Holocaust restitution negotiations of the late 1990s. Eizenstat was at the center of the tornado, as European companies and banks belatedly made compensation for their WWII-era behavior. In this comprehensive, well-written and unsparing reflection on those negotiations, the former Clinton administration official offers a behind-the-scenes look at how agreements were reached to provide Holocaust survivors with monies they or their families had lost during the war. He begins with the unusual pair of World Jewish Congress (whose president, Edgar Bronfman, was a friend of Clinton's) and Republican Sen. Alfonse D'Amato, who teamed up to make this an issue that Europe could not ignore. Whether writing about the most well-publicized of these negotiations—the German slave labor agreement or the "Swiss gold" affair, which eventually led to a $1.25-billion settlement—or some of the lesser-known accords, Eizenstat tells his story with flair and with due regard for the role of politics (D'Amato, for instance, "milked the Swiss controversy for everything it was worth"). . e2 g2 piso5b

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