Race & Racism at the University of Richmond

Anti-Judaism [Short Story]

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Anti-Judaism [Short Story]
The Messenger 1915-1916
Page 208 (Page 1 of 6)

Description

In this six-page short story, the author, M. Glass, offers a story about "Anti-Judaism," speaking about the role of "the Jew" throughout history. Within the story, Glass explains that the causes of Anti-Judaism are to be grouped under four heads "religious, economic, racial, and social." The racial grounds refer to anti-Semitism, as a dignified form of anti-Judaism. She describes The Jew using terms like "foreign", "alien", and "enemy" from the perspective of the German and Russian government. Glass states that the contentions of anti-Semitism are misleading, and the doctrine of the existence of "pure races", is false. She talks about racial anti-Judaism as being a matter of politics that stems from fear.

Creator

Source

Virginia Baptist Historical Society
Richmond, VA

Date

1915-1916

Contributor

Olivia Parisi

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Citation

M. Glass, '18, “Anti-Judaism [Short Story],” Race & Racism at the University of Richmond, accessed September 21, 2020, https://memory.richmond.edu/items/show/180.