Antisemitism and the American Far Left

@inproceedings{Norwood2013AntisemitismAT,
  title={Antisemitism and the American Far Left},
  author={Stephen H. Norwood},
  year={2013}
}
1. Promoting a socialism of fools: the new left's debt to the old left 2. American communists' tangled responses to antisemitism and nazism, 1920-39 3. World War II: the limits of American far left concern for European Jewry 4. Assimilation abandoned: communist resistance to antisemitism and celebration of Jewish culture in the immediate postwar period 5. 'Two, four, six, eight, we demand a Jewish state': American communist support for partition and the Jewish war of liberation, 1947-8 6… 
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