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...

To the Editor: Norman Podhoretz [“In the Matter of Pat Robertson,” August 1995] is to be commended for his honesty in belatedly conceding that I have...

As the controversy surrounding the role of Louis Farrakhan in the Million Man March underscored once again, the greatest story of unrequited love in American...

Is Pat Robertson guilty of the charge of anti-Semitism that has lately been hurled at him? It is an important question, with much more riding on...

Is Christianity Responsible? Anti-Semitism in America. by Leonard Dinnerstein. Oxford University Press. 369 pp. $25.00. A Scapegoat in the New Wilderness: The Origins and Rise of Anti-Semitism in America. by...

To the Editor: As Arch Puddington so eloquently describes it in “Black Anti-Semitism & How It Grows” [April], the seeds of black discontent were planted long...

What has come to be known as the Kean College incident has focused renewed attention on the problem of black anti-Semitism on the American college...

It is hardly surprising that in the three years since the fall of Communism, there has been a resurgence of the old demons of nationalism...

Dear Bill: I have just read “In Search of Anti-Semitism” [National Review, December 31, 1991], and I am, quite frankly, relieved. The reason is that it...

The term anti-Semitism made its first appearance in Germany in the fall of 1879. It was introduced into public discourse by Wilhelm Marr, one of...