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Kautsky, Karl
Are the Jews a Race?
International Publishers Co., Inc., New York, 1926. "An early attempt by one of the world's leading Jewish Communist theoreticians to counter early twentieth century anti-Semitism - which argued that Jews were an alien non-European race - by attempting to prove that the Jews do not constitute a specific race, but are rather a mixture of many different groups." - Bokus. "Appearing in English for the first time. The first German edition appeared in 1914, under the title Rasse und Judentum; the second edition, in 1921, already included a number of important additions and improvements, particularly the new chapter entitled 'Zionism After the War'. For this English version the author has revised and brought up to date the second German edition, in the light of recent developments in Palestine." - Publisher's Note. [10], 11-255, [1] pages. Index. Chapters include: Race Theories; Races of Animals; The Races of Man; Differences and Oppositions Between the Races of Man; Physical Characteristics of the Jewish Race; Mental Qualities of the Jewish Race; The Assimilation of the Jews; Anti-Semitism; Zionism Before the War; Zionism After the War; Pure Races and Mixed Races; The Last Stages of Judaism. "This disappearance of the Jews will not involve a tragic process like the disappearance of the American Indians or the Tasmanians. It will not be equivalent to a declining into stupidity and degradation, but to a rising to greater strength, to prosperity and well-being, the opening up of an immense field of activity.The Wandering Jew will at last have found a haven of rest." - pages 246-247 … [Click Below for Full Description]
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