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Anti-Semitism, because it has existed traditionally in Europe, is mostly regarded as having been a phenomenon of the political correct. To the level that 19th- and early twentieth-century leftist activities were came upon to show up anti-Semitism, their involvement has usually been recommended to be an insignificant fleeting and insignificant phenomenon. As such, this learn seeks to envision extra totally the function that the old ecu left has performed in constructing and espousing anti-Semitic perspectives. The authors draw upon quite a number fundamental and secondary resources, together with the research of left- and right-wing newspaper reportage, to track the connection among the political left and anti-Semitism in France, Germany, and nice Britain from the French Revolution to international conflict II, finally concluding that the connection among the left and anti-Semitism has been even more profound than formerly believed.

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