Antisemitism: A Reference Handbook (Google eBook)

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ABC-CLIO, Jan 1, 2004 - History - 347 pages
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A survey of the historical, political and sociological contexts of antisemitism in more than 50 countries. It includes biographical sketches of influential anti-semitic figures such as Robert Faurisson, as well as individuals who fought anti-semitism such as Alfred Dreyfus.
  

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Contents

A Reference Handbook 1 Introduction and Overview
1
A Reference Handbook 2 Historical Narrative and Chronology
25
A Reference Handbook 3 Biographical Sketches
129
A Reference Handbook 4 The State of Antisemitism A CountrybyCountry Survey
159
A Reference Handbook 5 Documents and Statistics
229
A Reference Handbook 6 Organizations
273
A Reference Handbook 7 Print and Nonprint Resources
281
A Reference Handbook Glossary
321
A Reference Handbook Index
325
A Reference Handbook About the Author
347
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Jerome A. Chanes has taught at Barnard and Stern Colleges and in Yeshiva University's graduate divisions and is a senior research fellow at the Center for Jewish History at the Graduate Center of the City University of New York.

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