National Affairs: Christian Per Inch

That there is a rising tide of anti-Semitism in the U. S. comparable to Europe's is the contention of many U. S. observers, especially Jews. Last week the American Jewish Congress, an organization to protect Jewish civil and economic rights headed by Manhattan's patriarchal Rabbi Stephen S. Wise, published a survey specifically charting the effects of Depression and world-wide anti-Semitism on Jewish job prospects. Devoted mainly to New York City, which has a population 28% Jewish, the survey showed:

> Employment agency ads specifying "Christians" (variants: "Gentiles,""Anglo-Saxons") are more frequent than at...

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