This book is dedicated "to the librarians," and could not have been written without them. A perusal of my footnotes will make that abundantly clear. And so, I will start with the selfless and encyclopedically knowledgeable members of this noble profession—to be scrupulously fair, in alphabetical order by institution: Jane F. Westenfeld, Allegheny College; Gary Zola, Kevin Proffitt, Frederic J. Krome, Elise Nienaber, and Camille Servizzi, Jacob Rader Marcus Center of the American Jewish Archives; Cyma Horowitz, American Jewish Committee Library; Harilyn I. Slome, Laura Peimer, and Abigail Schoolman, American Jewish Historical Society; Viola Voss, Leo Baeck Institute; Riva Pollard, Bentley Historical Library, University of Michigan; Diane Spielmann, Center for Jewish History; Mark Coir and Amy James, Cranbrook Educational Community Archives; Mark Silverman, Editor and Publisher of the Detroit News, Steve Fecht, Photo Department Director, Donna Terek, and Pat Zacharias, Detroit News Archives; the staff of the Burton Historical Collections, Detroit Public Library; John A. Sitnik, Glen Ridge Public Library; Linda Skolarus, Nadia N. Blankenbaker, Terry Hoover, Patricia Orr, William
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Publication information: Book title: Henry Ford and the Jews:The Mass Production of Hate. Contributors: Neil Baldwin - Author. Publisher: Public Affairs. Place of publication: New York. Publication year: 2001. Page number: Not available.
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