New York: Council for Democracy, 1941. A title in the Council for Democracy's Democracy in Action series, which was issued under the auspices of its Committee of Correspondence. Discusses organized anti-Semitism in the U.S. and refutes the notion that Jews disproportionately control business, the media, finance and other fields. The final section provides suggestions for countering anti-Semitism at the legislative, legal and community level. Concludes with a suggested reading list, acknowledgements, "A Creed for Americans" by poet and short story writer Stephen Vincent Benet (also a CfD board member), and a list of the many CfD officers, celebrity endorsers and members.
Stapled wrappers (7 ¾” x 5 ¼”), 56 p., frontispiece illustration of Hitler comparing himself to God. Some rubbing, faint foxing and edge wear to wrappers. Item #11339