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- A history of antisemitism (Jack Wertheimer)
- The disappearance of antisemitism (Earl Raab)
- Antisemitism in the women's movement (Letty Cottin Pogrebin)
- The implication of international antisemitism for America (Antony Lerman)
Finally, Antisemitism in America Today confronts the question of how Jewish Americans themselves perceive antisemitism. The overwhelming majority believe that antisemitism is a serious -- and increasing -- problem. Do these perceptions square with the data on a secure American Jewish polity? If things are so good, why do so many people think that things are bad? This book goes a long way toward answering this provocative question.
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