In his article, Well Intended Liberal Slop, Andrew Loman sets out to establish a connection between the atrocities committed against Jews during the Holocaust and the racially motivated discrimination of blacks in America. Loman contends that Arthur Spiegelman's Maus, despite its heavy focus on life in Nazi Germany, also serves as a narrative for race relations in America.
[...] Loman's desire to connect the Holocaust to race relations in America is a profane attempt to frame one of the most horrific atrocities known to mankind in terms of white versus black. In his paper, “Face the Nation: Race, Immigration, and the Rise of Nativism in Late Twentieth Century America,” George J. Sanchez begins by recalling the brutal beatings of Reginald Denny on April In commenting on this event, Sanchez brings to light the concept of a “bipolar racial dynamic” in America, which is “usually framed in white/black terms” (Sanchez 1009). [...]
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