An essay discussing to which extent economic change during 1789-1939 was a factor in the changing nature of anti-Semitism.
The modern industrial age brought along with it a whole new school of thought, thought based on science and rationality rather than the waning belief in religion. The social and economic revolution also saw Jews in a new light, one in which they were not merely thought of as Jews, in the religious sense, but viewed now as a people with their own particular inherited characteristics. For this reason hating Jews for their religious beliefs became outdated as a more modern and racially based Jew-hatred took its place.
Jew-hatred, in its older form, saw short temporary violence towards Jews.…
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