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Reparations and the Couch

By Daniel Treiman

A group representing children of Holocaust survivors is demanding that Germany cover the costs of psychiatric treatment to alleviate cross-generational trauma they suffer. The group filed a class-action lawsuit in Tel Aviv calling for establishment of a fund to pay for regular therapy sessions for 15,000 to 20,000 people, Time magazine reports.

Commentary’s Gabriel Schoenfeld thinks the lawsuit is “preposterous.”



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