Antisemitism [by] James Parkes.

[1st American ed.].. Chicago, Quadrangle Books 1963.

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Subjects Antisemitism -- History.
AntiseĢmitisme -- Histoire.
Description xiii, 192 pages 23 cm
Copyright Date 1963.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 185-186).
Summary Antisemitism discussed as a modern phenomenon, tracing its roots to the early Christian church, by an authority on relationships between Jews and non-Jews.
Contents Group prejudice today -- The psychology of prejudice -- Jews as political scapegoats 1879-1914 -- The protocols of the elders of Zion -- The Christian roots of antisemitism -- The Jewish world since 1881 -- The Nazi period of authority 1933-1945 -- Nazi influence from 1933 to the present -- The surviving Jewish community -- Israel and the Arab world -- Antisemitism in the Soviet Union -- The sterilization of prejudice.
Genre History.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)268776
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WorldCat Identities Parkes, James, 1896-1981.
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