U.S. Race War Was Avoided, Book Asserts

The somewhat unemotional approach of the American Jewish Committee to the present situation has saved America from an outbreak of anti-Semitism which the “fulminations” of the American Jewish Congress eventually would have produced, Claris Edwin Silcox and Galen M. Fisher say in Catholics, Jews and Protestants, which has just been published by Harper and Brothers for the Institute of Social and Religious Research.

The book also expresses the opinion that American Jews take the Silver Shirts too seriously, thus assigning to them more importance than they actually rate. The

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