The Anguish of the Jews: Twenty-Three Centuries of Anti-Semitism

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INDEX
Aaron of Lincoln, 118
Abelard, Peter, 142-43
Acheson, Dean, 240
Acta Sanctorum, 36
Act Concerning Jews, 119-20
Acts of Philip, 40
Acts of the Martyrs, 54
Adler, Viktor, 201
Ad Quirinum, 40
Adversus Haereses, 41
Adversus Judaeos (anonymous) 41
Adversus Judaeos ( Tertullian), 40
Ad Vigilium, 41
Aelia Capitolina ( Jerusalem), 21
Affirmative action, 282
Against Apion, 16, 17
Against Celsus, 37, 41
Agatharchides of Cnidus, 12
Agnosticism, 305
Agobard, St., 83-85
Agriculture, slavery and, see Slavery
Akiba ( rabbi), 32
Albert ( emperor), 95
Albert II ( Austria), 109, 111, 113, 321
Albert the Great, St., 105
Albigensians, 102, 106
Alenu prayer, 112, 321
Alexander II ( pope), 128
Alexander III ( pope), 101, 102
Alexander IV ( pope), 123
Alexander VI ( pope), 126
Alexander I ( Russia), 171-72
Alexander II ( Russia), 172-73
Alexander III ( Russia), 189-90
Alexander the Great, 10
Alexandria ( Egypt), 10, 11, 21, 25
Alfonsin, Paul, 277
Algiers, 202
Alliance Israelite Universelle, 170, 195
Almohades, 101, 127, 128
Alphonso VI ( Castile), 128
Alphonso VIII ( Castile), 128
Alphonso X ( Castile), 130
Alphonso XI ( Castile), 130
Ambrose, St., 47, 54, 60, 61
Amenophis, 12
American Jewish Committee, 195, 265
American Joint Distribution Committee, 197
American Nazi Party, 258, 262
American Party (modern), 282
American Protective Association, 253
American Standard, The ( New York), 256
American Vigilante Intelligence, The, 258
Amin, Idi, 346-47
Amulo, 85
Anacletus II (antipope), 123
Anastatius I, 67, 69

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  • A Stimulus Book *
  • The Anguish of the Jews - Twenty-Three Centuries of Antisemitism *
  • Contents v
  • Introduction 1
  • 1: The Ancient World 7
  • 2: The Conflict of the Church and Synagogue 28
  • 3: A Critical Century 47
  • 4: Shifting Fortunes 66
  • 5: The Vale of Tears 90
  • 6: An Oasis and an Ordeal 122
  • 7: The Age of the Ghetto 145
  • 8: The Struggle for Emancipation 160
  • 9: The Racial Myth and Its Consequences 179
  • 10: A War Within a War 196
  • 11: The Final Solution 205
  • 12: Red Antisemitism 230
  • 13: Polite Antisemitism 247
  • 14: The Last Twenty-Five Years 263
  • 15: The Roots of Antisemitism 284
  • Notes 296
  • Index 351
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