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  1. Editors' Introduction
  2. pp. xi-xiii
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  1. "Jews will not replace us!": Antisemitism, Interbreeding and Immigration in Historical Context
  2. Andrew S. Winston
  3. pp. 1-24
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  1. The Pre-History of American Holocaust Denial
  2. John P. Jackson Jr.
  3. pp. 25-48
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  1. Political Culture and the Legacies of Antisemitism: The Heller-Campbell Congressional Race in South Carolina 1978
  2. Robert David Johnson
  3. pp. 49-75
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  1. "Un-American" Antisemitism?: The American Jewish Committee's Response to Global Antisemitism in the Interwar Period
  2. Nina Valbousquet
  3. pp. 77-102
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  1. Before the New Antisemitism: Arab Critics of Zionism and American Jewish Politics, 1917-1974
  2. Geoffery P. Levin
  3. pp. 103-126
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  1. Antisemitism, Anti-Zionism, and the American Racial Order: Revisiting the American Council for Judaism in the Twenty-First Century
  2. Matthew Berkman
  3. pp. 127-155
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  1. "Examining Anti-Semitism on College Campuses" United States House of Representatives Committee on the Judiciary
  2. Pamela S. Nadell
  3. pp. 189-194
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  1. A Losing Game
  2. Kenneth S. Stern
  3. pp. 201-204
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  1. The Politics of the Gesture: The Anti-Semitism Awareness Act, Antiracism, and Intersectionality
  2. Jonathan Judaken
  3. pp. 205-211
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  1. Antisemitism, American Jewish Historians, and their Publics
  2. Shari Rabin
  3. pp. 213-217
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  1. Litigation Is No Way to Fight Antisemitism
  2. Sharon Ann Musher
  3. pp. 219-223
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  1. Indulging the Antisemitism of Woke
  2. Doron S. Ben-Atar
  3. pp. 225-229
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  1. Response
  2. Pamela S. Nadell
  3. pp. 231-233
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  1. Leonard Dinnerstein (1934–2019): The Historian and His Subject
  2. David A. Gerber
  3. pp. 235-245
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  1. Rethinking the Historiography of American Antisemitism in the Wake of the Pittsburgh Shooting
  2. Rachel Kranson
  3. pp. 247-253
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  1. Trends in the Study of Antisemitism in United States History
  2. Britt P. Tevis
  3. pp. 255-284
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  1. Dust to Dust: A History of Jewish Death and Burial in New York by Allan Amanik (review)
  2. Peter B. Dedek
  3. pp. 290-291
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  1. American Public Memory and The Holocaust: Performing Gender, Shifting Orientations by Lisa A. Costello (review)
  2. Jennifer Rich
  3. pp. 292-294
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  1. Hidden Heretics: Jewish Doubt in the Digital Age by Ayala Fader (review)
  2. Schneur Zalman Newfield
  3. pp. 294-296
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  1. The Movement and the Middle East: How the Arab-Israeli Conflict Divided the American Left by Michael R. Fischbach (review)
  2. Yehudah Mirsky
  3. pp. 296-298
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  1. Polacos in Argentina: Polish Jews, Interwar Migration, and the Emergence of Transatlantic Jewish Culture by Mariusz Kałczewiak (review)
  2. Amy Kerner
  3. pp. 299-300
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  1. The Jews' Indian: Colonialism, Pluralism, and Belonging in America by David S. Koffman (review)
  2. Jonathan Schorsch
  3. pp. 300-303
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  1. Degrees of Separation: Identity Formation while Leaving Ultra-Orthodox Judaism by Schneur Zalman Newfield (review)
  2. Roberta G. Sands
  3. pp. 303-305
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  1. No Place in Time: The Hebraic Myth in Late-Nineteenth Century American Literature by Sharon B. Oster (review)
  2. Ezra Cappell
  3. pp. 305-307
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  1. The Spiritual Transformation of Jews Who Become Orthodox by Roberta G. Sands (review)
  2. Jessica Lang
  3. pp. 308-310
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  1. Horace Kallen in the Heartland: The Midwestern Roots of American Pluralism by Michael C. Steiner (review)
  2. Jeanne Abrams
  3. pp. 310-311
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  1. The Mamboniks by Lex Gillespie (review)
  2. Hannah Kosstrin
  3. pp. 313-316
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  1. Walter Winchell: The Power of Gossip dir. by Ben Loeterman (review)
  2. Cynthia B. Meyers
  3. pp. 317-319
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