14 Jan U.S. survey finds widespread ‘classical fascist’ antisemitic views.
It was once believed that the United States might age out of antisemitism, that hostility and prejudice were fading in part because younger Americans held more accepting views than older Americans.
The American public holds such beliefs widely today, including among young people, according to a new survey released Thursday. Anti-Defamation League research offers rare insight into the nature of antisemitism, how it revolves around tropes of Jews as clannish, conspiratorial, and powerful.
According to the survey, “antisemitism in its classical fascist form is returning to American society where Jews are too secretive and powerful, working against others’ interests, not sharing values, and exploiting — the classic conspiratorial tropes,” wrote Matt Williams, vice president of the ADL’s Center for Antisemitism Research.
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