Arnold Forster

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Arnold Forster (June 25, 1912 - March 7, 2010), born Arnold Fastenberg, was an attorney and general council for the Anti-Defamation League. In 1938 he organized a group of lawyers to work on behalf of the Anti-Defamation League. He officially joined the organization in 1940.

Forster wrote his memoir, Square One, in 1988 and co-authored several books with ADL National Director Benjamin R. Epstein giving updates on the activities of anti-Jewish groups and individuals.

He retired from the ADL in 1979 to practice law. In 1983 he represented Ariel Sharon in a libel suite against Time magazine concerning their coverage of Sharon's role in the Sabra and Shatila massacre.


  • Anti-Semitism (1947)
  • A Measure of Freedon (1950)
  • The Troublemakers (1952) with Benjamin R. Epstein
  • Cross-Currents (1956) with Benjamin R. Epstein
  • "Some of My Best Friends…" (1962) with Benjamin R. Epstein
  • Danger on the Right (1964) with Benjamin R. Epstein
  • The Radical Right: Report on the John Birch Society and its Allies (1967) with Benjamin R. Epstein
  • The New Anti-Semitism (1974) with Benjamin R. Epstein
  • Square One (1988)

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