Antisemitism in America
BLThe first comprehensive history of antisemitism in America Dinnerstein draws on an extraordinary number of sources and provides a cogently argued yet complex narrative for the history of this prejudice from its roots in Colonial America to the rantings of Henry Ford and present day prejudices.
- Paperback | 400 pages
- 156.7 x 233.2 x 27.4mm | 622.06g
- 02 Nov 1995
- Oxford University Press Inc
- New York, United States
- Revised ed.
Dinnerstein has delved into a number of differenct disciplines, including theology, psychology and sociology. Equally impressive in scope is his use of original archival sources...following the dearth of Jacob Rader Marcus, Dinnerstien should rightfully inherit his title as the greatest living historian of American Jews. This book will no doubt become a benchmark for future historians. * Patterns of Prejudice *
About Leonard Dinnerstein
Leonard Dinnerstein is Professor of History at the University of Arizona. His books include The Leo Frank Case, America and the Survivors of the Holocaust, and Natives and Strangers.