U.S. Jews Called ‘red Plotters’
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U.S. Jews Called ‘red Plotters’

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tion in the provinces with the government’s policy towards the Jews has been observed. A special observer who has just completed a tour of the German provinces informed the Jewish Telegraphic Agency that he talked literally with thousands of persons in his travels and found that most of them condemned the government’s anti-Jewish policy. They expressed the hope, he said, that the government would recognize its error and change its attitude. The same opinions were expressed among workers in Berlin.

It is with recognition of this growing feeling and to counteract this mood that the inspired German press is carrying on a systematic campaign to show that hatred prevails against the Jews throughout the world.

Most of the papers yesterday devoted much space to articles on anti-Jewish actions in other countries, showing that the German government is not alone in its fight on the Jews.

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