Chapter 1: The Socialism of Fools

Anti-semitism without Jews
Left anti-Semitism
Socialism, Anti-semitism, Thatcherism and Fascism

Chapter 2: The Anti-Semitism of English Socialism's Formative Years

Immigration controls
English and Jewish opposition
Rich Jew, poor Jew; the conspiracy theory in practice
Anti-alienism or anti-semitism
Imperialism and history
Fascists reclaim history

Chapter 3: The Left returns to Zion

The Left organizations
The Issues
Zionism and the theory of world domination
Equating Zionism with imperialism; anti-Zionism without Zion
The Collective Guilt Of All Jews For Zionism
The Lebanon Invasion and the theory of Jewish collective responsibility
Zionism's dominant position within Jewry
The distortion of the Jewish predicament
The alternative to Zionism

Chapter 4: The Left's Advice to Jews—Assimilate and Stop Being Jewish

Left orthodoxy
Assimilation as an answer to anti-semitism
Jewish survival through anti-semitism
Determinism and Fatalism
Are the Jews a people-class?
Marx the assimilated Jew
Jewish self-organization
Assimilation and the Jewish establishment
Chauvinism or anti-semitism?
Jewish behaviour seen as responsible for anti-semitism
The politics of terminology

Chapter 5: Left Responses

Jews exaggerate their predicament
There are Jews on the Left
Criticisms of Left anti-semitism plays into the hands of anti-communists
Anti-semitism is a series of "mistakes"

Chapter 6: How The Left Does Not Fight Anti-Semitism

Left modesty
Complicity in anti-semitism
Denying the significance of the material consequences of anti-semitism
Denying the significance of anti-semitism as an ideology.

Chapter 7: The Non-Jewish Question

Bibliographical Sources

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