A thought-provoking extended essay first published in National Review--along with responses by distinguished commentators--on the the ways anti-Semitism reveals itself through the work of some of America's leading journalists and intellectuals. The reactions are varied and illuminating. Most hailed the essay as the most important document relating to modern anti-Semitism published in many years.
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Published January 1, 1992
Political & Social Sciences, History.