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Review: Hatred viewed as a disease in the documentary 'Viral: Antisemitism in Four Mutations'

If anti-Semitism is not, as is often claimed, the world's oldest hatred, it is certainly in the running, and the documentary "Viral: Antisemitism in Four Mutations" briskly examines the how and the why.

As directed by veteran television filmmaker Andrew Goldberg, "Viral" makes the point that one of the reasons for anti-Semitism's survival is its ability

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