[ANTI-SEMITISM] SLAWSON, John
Some Approaches to the Problem of Anti-Semitism
N.p. National Community Relations Advisory Council, 1947. Quarto. Staple-bound wrappers; 19p (printed recto-only). Light wear; institutional hand-stamps to front cover; internally clean and unmarked. Paper delivered at the Plenary Session of the NCRAC in 1947. Slawson was president of the American Jewish Committee; among other observations, he notes that "..Professional anti-Semites are today finding it difficult to earn a livelihood because they do not seem to have a defined enemy. The New Deal is no longer here, war restrictions have been lifted, employment is good, etc. They strain themselves in their desire to invent an enemy -- for example, Communism..." OCLC : 3cc.