Antisemitism in America
Leonard Dinnerstein
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Nov 19, 2018 - 15:36 PM By Leonard Dinnerstein

Is antisemitism on the rise in America A glance at the daily newspapers suggests a resurgence of animosity yet Leonard Dinnerstein, in this provocative and in depth study, categorically states that there is less bigotry in this country than ever before He also argues in this provocative analysis that Jews have never been at home in America What we are seeing today,Is antisemitism on the rise in America A glance at the daily newspapers suggests a resurgence of animosity yet Leonard Dinnerstein, in this provocative and in depth study, categorically states that there is less bigotry in this country than ever before He also argues in this provocative analysis that Jews have never been at home in America What we are seeing today, he writes, is media hype A long tradition of prejudice, suspicion, and hatred against the Jews, the direct product of Christian teachings, has, in fact, finally begun to wane In Antisemitism in America, Dinnerstein provides a landmark work the first comprehensive history of prejudice against Jews in the United States, ranging from its foundations in European Christian culture to the present day Dinnerstein s richly detailed and thoroughly documented book reveals how Christians carried their religious prejudices with them to the New World and how they manifested themselves, albeit in muted form, in the colonial wilderness and in the developing American society thereafter Jews could not vote, for example, in Rhode Island or New Hampshire until 1842, and in North Carolina until 1868 The Civil War witnessed the first major wave of publicly displayed American antisemitism as individuals in both the North and the South assumed that Jews sided with the enemy The decades that followed marked the emergence of a full fledged antisemitic society as Christians excluded Jews from their social circles and wove fantasies for themselves as they pictured what Jews were really like Antisemitic fervor mixed with racism at the beginning of the twentieth century, accelerated by the views of eugenicists, fears of Bolshevism, andthe rantings of Henry Ford During the Depression hostility toward Jews accelerated as Americans vented their frustrations upon minorities because of the economic crises of the decade Christians of all stripes called upon Jews to accept the divinity of Jesus Christ, and Father
  • Title: Antisemitism in America
  • Author: Leonard Dinnerstein
  • ISBN: 9780195101126
  • Page: 491
  • Format: Paperback

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Sándor Kiss Nov 19, 2018 - 15:36 PM
A fine, well researched, thorough work on a fascinating topic. My only issue is that it maybe generalizes too much on "Christian" culture, and while it mentions various individuals related to the Jewish cause, it fails to mention Jewish people who formed/affected the cultural image of Jews in the majority.
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Antisemitism in America By Leonard Dinnerstein Is antisemitism on the rise in America A glance at the daily newspapers suggests a resurgence of animosity yet Leonard Dinnerstein, in this provocative and in depth study, categorically states that there is less bigotry in this country than ever before He also argues in this provocative analysis that Jews have never been at home in America What we are seeing today,Is antisemitism on the rise in America A glance at the daily newspapers suggests a resurgence of animosity yet Leonard Dinnerstein, in this provocative and in depth study, categorically states that there is less bigotry in this country than ever before He also argues in this provocative analysis that Jews have never been at home in America What we are seeing today, he writes, is media hype A long tradition of prejudice, suspicion, and hatred against the Jews, the direct product of Christian teachings, has, in fact, finally begun to wane In Antisemitism in America, Dinnerstein provides a landmark work the first comprehensive history of prejudice against Jews in the United States, ranging from its foundations in European Christian culture to the present day Dinnerstein s richly detailed and thoroughly documented book reveals how Christians carried their religious prejudices with them to the New World and how they manifested themselves, albeit in muted form, in the colonial wilderness and in the developing American society thereafter Jews could not vote, for example, in Rhode Island or New Hampshire until 1842, and in North Carolina until 1868 The Civil War witnessed the first major wave of publicly displayed American antisemitism as individuals in both the North and the South assumed that Jews sided with the enemy The decades that followed marked the emergence of a full fledged antisemitic society as Christians excluded Jews from their social circles and wove fantasies for themselves as they pictured what Jews were really like Antisemitic fervor mixed with racism at the beginning of the twentieth century, accelerated by the views of eugenicists, fears of Bolshevism, andthe rantings of Henry Ford During the Depression hostility toward Jews accelerated as Americans vented their frustrations upon minorities because of the economic crises of the decade Christians of all stripes called upon Jews to accept the divinity of Jesus Christ, and Father

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