Jewish Perceptions of Antisemitism

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NOTES

Chapter One
1.
The material presented in this book was gathered in a series of surveys conducted between 1981 and 1987. Original research was conducted in telephone interviews in Jewish communities throughout the United States. In addition, mail surveys were conducted among Jewish community professionals, Jewish leadership groups, and Jewish press editors and publishers. Furthermore, personal interviews were conducted with Jewish leaders, members of the Jewish community, and Jewish community relations professionals. These data are presented for the first time in this volume. The surveys used, the methodologies employed, and the statistical findings are included in Appendixes A and B.
2.
Ben Halpern, "What is Antisemitism?" Modern Judaism 1 (December 1981), pp. 252-253.

Chapter Two
1.
Gertrude Selznick and Stephen Steinberg, The Tenacity of Prejudice: Anti-Semitism in Contemporary America (New York: Harper & Row, 1969), p. 184.
2.
Ibid.
3.
Charles H. Stember, "The Recent History of Public Attitudes," Jews in the Mind of America, ed. George Salomon (New York: Basic Books, 1966), pp. 310-336.
4.
Geraldine Rosenfield, "The Polls: Attitudes toward American Jews," Public Opinion Quarterly 46 (1982), 431-443.
5.
Ibid., p. 432.
6.
Ibid.
7.
Geraldine Rosenfield, Antisemitism in the United States: A Study by

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