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Antisemitism in the United States / edited by Leonard Dinnerstein.

New York : Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1971.
ISBN 9780030833731, 0030833736

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Other Authors Dinnerstein, Leonard,
Subjects Antisemitism -- United States.
Antisémitisme -- États-Unis.
United States.
Series American problem studies.
Description 140 pages : illustrations, map ; 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1971.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 138-140).
Contents What is antisemitism? / by M. M. Tumin -- Christianity and antisemitism / by H. Kallen -- Psychoanalysis of antisemitism / by O. Fenichel -- Antisemitism: a poverty problem / by G. Munson -- Antisemitism's root in city hatred / by A. Rose -- American views of the Jew at the opening of the twentieth century / by O. Handlin -- The folklore of Populism / by R. Hofstadter -- American antisemitism historically reconsidered / by J. Higham -- Were the Populists antisemitic? / by F. C. Jaher -- A Dreyfus affair in Georgia / by L. Dinnerstein -- Are there too many Jews at Harvard? / by M. Rosenstock -- American Catholics and antisemitism in the 1930s / by D. J. O'Brien -- Candor about Negro-Jewish relations / by K. B. Clark -- Negroes are antisemitic because they're antiwhite / by J. Baldwin -- Negroes are antisemitic because they want a scapegoat / by R. Gordis.
Geographic Area United States
Network Numbers (OCoLC)161208
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