some present-day bigots have flocked to newer ideologies such as denial
of the Holocaust, much anti-Semitism still revolves around the basic conspiratorial ideas
expressed by older anti-Semitic texts. By offering older texts at their Web sites, today.
s haters demonstrate the longevity of their beliefs, thereby legitimizing them
to both dedicated followers and potential recruits.
Due to the fame of its publisher, Henry Ford Sr., The
International Jew, a four-volume anti-Semitic work first published in the 1920s, has
been a particularly powerful tool for haters trying to validate their hostile beliefs.
Though Ford publicly apologized twice for publishing The International Jew, online
anti-Semites continue to use his name to promote it.
Three Examples from the World Wide Web of Sites Publishing The International Jew.
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