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What political, legal, and moral issues did the trial elicit?

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Eichmann in Jerusalem: A sneak peak into the 1961 Controversial Trial

im going to only give only one topic, instead of giving the other choices now.. so it`s more clear i guess As a class we came to the conclusion that Eichmann is guilty, so I can`t take the stance that is not guilty. my paper is already late and i`m running out of time. and im not sure why the paper is still talking about Banality and Kastner.. They are irrelevant to the topic. so please take all that out and ONLY concentrate on this topic and please use at least 3-4 quotes supporting that Eichmann is guilty. THIS IS THE TOPIC YOU NEED TO WRITE ABOUT, and ONLY THIS TOPIC In the several opening and closing chapters, Arendt directly addresses the question of Eichmann`s guilt and the justice of his trial. Explain how the trial was not merely a trial of Eichmann`s individual guilt or innocence, but other issues as well. What political, legal, and moral issues did the trial elicit? How did the various participants in the trial, according to Arendt, fail to accurately understand Eichmann and his “conscience,” or the true significance of the Jewish Holocaust? Though Arendt obviously considers Eichmann guilty, nevertheless, how did Eichmann`s trial, in Arendt`s analysis, fail to properly and fully consider the requirements of justice for Eichmann specifically, and the larger issue of justice in the modern world generally, especially regarding genocide. Write an essay, about five pages long (Times New Roman, twelve-point type, double-spaced), in response to one of the following topics about Hannah Arendt`s Eichmann in Jerusalem. Your essay should reach at least to the bottom of the fourth page. Most of the topics include a series of questions for you to consider. Your essay should not be merely a series of paragraphs which respond sequentially to the questions. Rather, use the questions to help you compose a thoughtful essay, with a clear thesis and supporting arguments and evidence from the texts. Your essay should follow the MLA formatting guidelines found on the MLA handout distributed on D2L. You may use either MLA or Chicago-style footnotes to document thoughts, quotations, or other material gained from the texts or other sources. If you prefer to write on a topic not listed below, you must receive prior permission from me. You need to give reasons and evidence for your claims, referring to or quoting from specific passages in the text. Note: Each of the following questions will probably require in some fashion, directly or indirectly, consideration of the issues found in Chapter VIII, “Duties of a Law-Abiding Citizen.” Of most importance would be Eichmann`s, and other Nazi`s consideration of duty. please do not plagiarize because it is submitted through a system that checks, and also only use the book as the source. Also use simple grammar, nothing to complicated.
Surname: Instructor`s Name: Course: Date: Eichmann in Jerusalem: A sneak peak into the 1961 Controversial Trial Background Hannah Arendt was a journalist working the “The New Yorker” when she covered the Eichmann Trial in Israel in the year 1961. Her book, Eichmann in Jerusalem is based on a progression of articles she later wrote about the famous trial. Adolf Eichmann was born in 1906 and after early childhood failures at school and difficulties of attaining a good or well-paying job he joined the NSDAP and the SS so as to realize his dreams to enter the career in 1932. He is known for orchestrating the Jewish emigration from what is today known as Germany, and after a final resolution was ordered by Hitler, he, touted as an expert on Jewish matters would later become the chief mastermind of the expulsion of Jews from Germany and murdering several using gas chambers built by the general government. After the genocide Eichmann later disappeared and resurfaced in Argentina, where he was later captured by the Israeli intelligence and brought over to Jerusalem in order to face charges of crimes against humanity in 1960. After a hearing that started in 1961, and took a few months to conclude and decide it culminated with Eichmann death sentencing with the capital punishment itself being executed in May 1962. The book highlights the story of Eichmann chronologically and in a structural manner. It looks to focus on the three main issues, that is, the trial itself, the person that is Eichmann and the general treatment of the Jews. The last one, the treatment of the Jews covers a major portion of the book and...

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