Professor Carl Goldberg (Jew) contributor
Professor Sander J. Breiner (Jew) contributor
Professor Benjamin Beit-Hallahmi (Jew) contributor
Professor Jerry S. Piven - pictured (Jew) edited the 2002 book:
From völkisch theory Hitler took the idea that "Jewish blood" was genetically dominant—that the offspring of a Jew and a non-Jew was always biologically a Jew. That made his father and himself Jews. In addition Hitler developed the delusion that both his father and he had syphilis. This was behind his demands that his doctors bleed him and, when that failed to "cure" him, his decision not to marry or have children—not to propagate the evil he carried. Hitler combined these ideas with social Darwinism—which was sweeping Germany—into a delusion shared by many: the nation's afflictions were caused by biological and moral pollution from "Jewish blood."