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By Hilaire Belloc. This defining work on Jews, Jewish ethnicity, behavior, impact, and the causes of anti-Semitism, remains one of the most ground-breaking and incisive such studies ever produced in the English language.
The book—dedicated to Hilaire Belloc’s Jewish friends—laid the blame for anti-Semitism squarely on Jewish behavior, that is, Gentile reaction to what he called the “inevitability of friction” caused by the presence of Jews in non-Jewish society.
By Marcus Eli Ravage. Is the basis of Western Civilization Jewish and are Christians Hypocritical in being anti-Semitic? Angered by growing anti-Semitism from Christians in the early 20th century, the…