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Includes bibliographical references (pages 269-294) and index.
1. From Slavery to Segregation -- 2. Black Perceptions of Jews -- 3. The Resurgence of Southern Anti-Semitism -- 4. Protesting against the Protesters -- 5. Jewish Merchants: Caught in the Crossfire -- 6. Jewish Segregationists -- 7. Female Reformers -- 8. The Rabbis.
"In the uneasily shared history of Jews and blacks in America, the struggle for civil rights in the South may be the least understood episode. Fight against Fear is the first book to focus on Jews and African Americans in that remarkable place and time. Mindful of both communities' precarious and contradictory standings in the South, Clive Webb tells a complex story of resistance and complicity, conviction and apathy."--Jacket.
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