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Paul Hollander is emeritus professor of sociology at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, and author of the classic Anti-Americanism as well as Political Will and Personal Belief, Decline and Discontent, The Many Faces of Socialism, and Political Pilgrims. He lives in Northampton, Massachusetts.
A fascinating collection of essays on a complex but important topic by some of America's foremost scholars and thinkers. -- Robert Kagan Paul Hollander leads a distinguished team of scholars in an examination, both vigorous and detached.... A serious, comprehensive book relevant for today. -- Harvey Mansfield, Professor of Government, Harvard University; Senior Fellow, Hoover Institution Understanding Anti-Americanism fills a vital niche [and] surpasses what one expects from a multi-author study, for Hollander brought together an all-star cast of writers who jointly mull over and draw insightful conclusions. -- Daniel Pipes, director, Middle East Forum; author of Militant Islam Comes to America Mr. Hollander and his contributors make some excellent diagnoses. -- Jay Nordlinger * New York Sun * The collection...is enriching... * Publishers Weekly * What the 18 assembled authors conclude is both fascinating and depressing.... Hollander has performed a great service with this volume... * National Review * Valuable collection... -- Arch Puddington * COMMENTARY * Essential for anyone in American studies, political sociology or international relations. -- Yves Laberge * Political Studies Review * A masterful job.... Each entry is limpid, thoughtful, and often incisive. -- Bryan-Paul Frost * Society *