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Americans’ Listlessness Assailed by Ackerman

September 10, 1933
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The feeble attitude on the part of Americans toward German anti-Jewish atrocities was criticized by Simon Ackerman, metropolitan clothing manufacturer, who returned to New York from a European our on the S.S. Berengaria Friday. Europe, according to Mr. Ackerman, is writhing with indignation at the Hitler program and the general boycott of German products is widespread and systematic.

“I wish that the American Jews would follow the example of their European brethren,” said Mr. Ackerman, “and take a more active part in the boycott movement against Germany. This is the only weapon Jews have to protect themselves. It is the only measure that can bring the Germans to reason.”

### the Palestine Zionist executive, was slightly wounded by the bandits. The amount of loss was not disclosed.

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