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35) The evocation of the Holocaust to contextualize the United States' treatment of American Indians, its support of Israel's policies in the Gaza Strip, and its continued global militarization is a strategy that has marked Churchill's writings and his career, from his comparisons of Indian mascots to Nazi propaganda cartoons of Jews to his demand that the genocide of American Indians be understood as and named a Holocaust, a demand that is often anti-Semitic in its rabidity.
Novelists like DeLillo, Franzen, Eggers, David Foster Wallace and Rick Moody order that sea of thought, but also manifest its rabidity and pointless depths, indexing it to the furies and absurdities of consumer culture.