L'Antisemitisme a gauche : histoire d'un paradoxe, de 1830 a nos jours / Michel Dreyfus.  (Text) (Text)

Dreyfus, Michel, 1945-
Call no.: DS146.F8 D74 2011Publication: Paris : La Découverte Poche, 2011Edition: [New ed.]Description: 358 pISBN: 9782707169983; 2707169986Subject(s): Parti socialiste-S.F.I.O. -- HistoryAntisemitism -- France -- HistorySocialism -- FranceCommunism -- France -- HistoryLOC classification: DS146.F8 | D74 2011Summary: Traces left-wing antisemitism in France from the utopian socialists to the present. Shows that since the industrial revolution all groups within the Left have expressed antisemitic views. Economic antisemitism, which associated the Jews with capitalism, was espoused by many socialists in the 19th century. It was complemented by racial and xenophobic antisemitism from the 1880s. The Dreyfus Affair marked a fundamental turn, after which antisemitism was no longer openly defended by the Left. But hatred of the Jews did not disappear from its ranks. In the interwar period it was insidiously present in the French Section of the Workers' International, in the pacifist movement, and sometimes even in the Communist Party. After the war, antisemitism reemerged in the form of Holocaust denial in extreme left-wing circles. Refutes the view that the Left is mainly responsible for the increase in antisemitic acts in France since the beginning of the Second Palestinian Intifada in 2000. This view is exaggerated and incorrect, but does express a certain general feeling of discomfort in the country--From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism.
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Traces left-wing antisemitism in France from the utopian socialists to the present. Shows that since the industrial revolution all groups within the Left have expressed antisemitic views. Economic antisemitism, which associated the Jews with capitalism, was espoused by many socialists in the 19th century. It was complemented by racial and xenophobic antisemitism from the 1880s. The Dreyfus Affair marked a fundamental turn, after which antisemitism was no longer openly defended by the Left. But hatred of the Jews did not disappear from its ranks. In the interwar period it was insidiously present in the French Section of the Workers' International, in the pacifist movement, and sometimes even in the Communist Party. After the war, antisemitism reemerged in the form of Holocaust denial in extreme left-wing circles. Refutes the view that the Left is mainly responsible for the increase in antisemitic acts in France since the beginning of the Second Palestinian Intifada in 2000. This view is exaggerated and incorrect, but does express a certain general feeling of discomfort in the country--From the Bibliography of the Vidal Sassoon International Center for the Study of Antisemitism.

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