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Contents Preface Acknowledgments A Note on the Spelling and Usage of Antisemitism 1 Introduction and Overview The Nature of Antisemitism The Stages of Antisemitism The Psychology of Antisemitism Antisemitism, Prejudice, and Jewish Security: A Crucial Nexus Trends in Antisemitism The General State of Antisemitism The Counteraction of Antisemitism What Do We Not Know about Antisemitism? Conclusion References 2 Historical Narrative and Chronology The Ancient World How Ought Ancient Antisemitism to Be Evaluated? The Christian World The Crusades and Their Aftermath Antisemitism in Late Medieval Europe Spanish Inquisition and Expulsion Islam and the Jews Socioreligious Struggles in Western Europe: The Beginnings of the Ghetto Enlightenment and Emancipation Entering the Twentieth Century: Eastern Europe Entering the Twentieth Century: Western Europe World War II: The Destruction of European Jewry Antisemitism in the United States Retrospect and Prospect Antisemitism through the Ages: A Time Line 3 Biographical Sketches Ambrose (339-397) Antiochus IV (Epiphanes) (215BCE?-164BCE?) Apion (First Century CE) Thomas Aquinas (1125-1274) Augustine (354-430) Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906-1945) Bogdan Chmielnicki (1595-1657) John Chrysostom (347?-407?) Father Charles Coughlin (1891-1971) David Duke (1951-) Louis Farrakhan (1933-) Henry Ford (1863-1947) Abraham H. Foxman (1940-) Count Joseph-Arthur de Gobineau (1816-1882) David Harris (1949-) Rabbi Marvin Hier (1939-) Adolf Hitler (1889-1945) Hajj Amin al-Husseini (1893-1976) Pope Innocent IV (d. 1254) St. John/Gospel of St. John (d.100CE?) Martin Luther King Jr. (1929-1968) Martin Luther (1483-1546) Manetho (305 BCE?-285 BCE?) Wilhelm Marr (1818-1904) Karl Marx (1818-1883) Martin Niemoller (1892-1984) Origen (185?-254) Philip II (Augustus) (1165-1223) Robert M. Shelton (1930-2003) Joseph Stalin (1879-1953) Marc D. Stern (1950-) Tomas de Torquemada (1420-1498) Voltaire (1694-1778) References 4 The State of Antisemitism: A Country-by-Country Survey Western Europe Austria Belgium Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Ireland Italy The Netherlands Norway Spain Sweden Switzerland United Kingdom (UK) Vatican City Eastern Europe Belarus Bulgaria Croatia Czech Republic Estonia Hungary Latvia Lithuania Poland Russia Slovakia Ukraine Africa Ethiopia South Africa Arab/Islamic Countries Afghanistan Algeria Bahrain and Other Gulf States Egypt Iran Iraq Jordan Lebanon Libya Morocco Pakistan Saudi Arabia Sudan Syria Tunisia Turkey Yemen Asia and Australasia Australia China India Indonesia Israel Japan Malaysia New Zealand Latin America Argentina Bolivia Brazil Chile Cuba Ecuador Mexico Panama Paraguay Uruguay Venezuela North America Canada United States of America Special Topics The United Nations The Vatican (Vatican City) 5 Documents and Statistics Surveys and Statistics The Legal Battle against Antisemitism Christian Statements on Antisemitism 6 Organizations United States Worldwide Organizations 7 Print and Nonprint Resources Print Resources Books, Monographs, and Pamphlets Reports and Studies Periodicals: Journals, Magazines, and Newspapers Articles, Book Chapters, and Lectures Nonprint Resources Web-Based and Internet Resources Exhibits and Museums Glossary, Index, About the Author,
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Antisemitism -- History.