The International Jew
Anti-Semitism from the Roaring Twenties Revived on the Web

Introduction
The Dearborn Independent
The International Jew and The Protocols
The International Jew and Jewish Control
The Sapiro Trial and Ford's Apology
Conclusion


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Introduction

Though 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.
Three Examples from the World Wide Web of Sites Publishing The International Jew
Three Examples from the World Wide Web of Sites Publishing The International Jew.
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.



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This report was originally issued in July 1999

2000 Anti-Defamation League