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Antiglobalism's Jewish Problem

Mark Strauss
Foreign Policy
No. 139 (Nov. - Dec., 2003), pp. 58-67
DOI: 10.2307/3183738
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/3183738
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Antiglobalism's Jewish Problem
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Abstract

Anti-Semitism is again on the rise. Why now? Blame the backlash against globalization. As public fears grow over lost jobs, shaky economies, and political and social upheaval, the far right and extreme left are seeking solace in conspiracy theories. Modern anxieties are merging with old hatreds and the myths on which they rest.

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