The book "Origin, myths and influences of anti-Semitism in the world" includes the following chapters: Looking for a safe home: origins and evolution of Zionism; How did the theories of the worldwide Jewish conspiracy appear?; National Socialism and its genocidal ideology; Soviet anti-Semitism; The denial of the Shoá; Argentines anti-Jewish authors; and The creation of the State of Israel.
The opening of the presentation of the book in La Plata was in charge of Eduardo Jordán, head of the Directorate of Legislative Information and Library of the Senate of the province of Buenos Aires.
Ricardo López Göttig was born in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in 1966. He is a Professor and Doctor of History, graduated from the University of Belgrano and the Karlova University in Prague, respectively. He is a professor of Contemporary History in International Relations, Political Science and Communication Sciences at the University of Belgrano. He was a visiting professor at the Torcuato Di Tella University, Degli Studi di Pavia University and the ORT Uruguay University. He was a member of the Academic Council of CADAL. Since December 2015 he is the Director of Museums and Heritage Preservation of the Province of Buenos Aires.
Monica Dawidowicz was born in the Ghetto of Lida, in 1941, in the horror and devastation that the Shoa represented. Her parents had to make the bravest and most loving decision: give her to a Polish family to protect her. Monica wrote her story in the book "All My Names: Testimony of a Holocaust Survivor."
Among the attendees were provincial senator Lucas Fiorini, the Director General of CADAL and a representative of AMIA La Plata.