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THE AMERICAN JEW; AN EXPOSE OF HIS CAREER - (Xt) Timayenis, Thomas T - 1888. 
New York, Minerva Pub. Co, 1888. 1st Edition. Modern Boards. 8vo. [v], 219 pages ; 19 cm. In English. Singerman (Antisemitica) 0019. One of the earliest and most notable anti-Semitic publications in American history and probably the first to focus explicitly on Jews in New York City, coming as the third wave of poor Eastern European immigrants to New York and other East Coast cities began. Timayenis, a Greek academic, established Minerva Publishing House as the first Anti-Semitic publishing house in America. This was his first book at Minerva. Singerman writes, ?Presents a colorful account of Jewish exploitation, criminality, usury, lechery, vulgarity, an fraud in the immigrant ghetto of New York City. The Christian-hating Jews are depicted as parasites, competing with the Anglo-Saxons for control of America. ? Paper is browning. A few pages torn with no text effected. Overall good+ condition. (AMR-49-10)
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