To the Editor: In a letter responding to Ruth R. Wisse’s “On Ignoring Anti-Semitism,” J.P. Hannon claims that “contrary to researchers like David S. Wyman,” during...

To the Editor: The invaluable Ruth R. Wisse has produced another invaluable essay in “On Ignoring Anti-Semitism” [October 2002]. But, with the deepest respect, I question...

To the Editor: My message, as far as Gabriel Schoenfeld’s article on anti-Semitism is concerned [“Israel and the Anti-Semites,” June] is, in apposite street language, come...

“Hitler is dead.” In April 1945, a headline containing those three words might have heralded the collapse of Nazi Germany and the beginning of the...

To the Editor: Hillel Halkin has performed a valuable service in exploring new realities in “The Return of Anti-Semitism” [February]. Clearly, as Mr. Halkin cogently and...

To the Editor: Israel is morally undermined not by anti-Semites, as Hillel Halkin would have us believe, but by racist Israeli laws, and by those like...

“I have awakened to anti-Semitism these days,” wrote the American Jewish author Jonathan Rosen in an article in the New York Times Magazine last November. An...

Hollywood and Anti-Semitism: A Cultural History Up to World War II by Steven Alan Carr Cambridge. 342 pp. $69.95 One day in the early 20th century, a young...

To the Editor: Since I disagree with Robert S. Wistrich’s approach to anti-Semitism and make my disagreements known in the opening pages of my book, Esau’s...

Esau’s Tears: Modern Anti-Semitism and the Rise of the Jews by Albert S. Lindemann Cambridge. 568 pp. $34.95 What accounts for anti-Semitism—one of the most enduring and persistent...

T.S. Eliot’s anti-Semitism is back in the news. Over recent months there has been a spate of articles, first in Britain and then in the...

To the Editor: In “Facing Up to Black Anti-Semitism” [December 1995] Joshua Muravchik asks what accounts for the phenomenon cited in his title and analyzes some...