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  • Eastern European Jews
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    The Eastern European Jews had many troubles before immigrating to America. Jews are well known for overcoming hardships that are thrown at them. In A Bintel Brief, they weren't exactly overcoming genocide, but they were having many hardships that would be tough for anyone including love, missing family members, poverty, and different religious problems. Many Jews had nothing but the clothes on their backs when they arrived in America. Few had money to bring along with them, all though some did h...
  • Start Toward Being England
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    [Pound broadcast at least 120 original editorial and manifestos over Radio Rome in Italy from 1941 to 1943. We are reprinting two of these broadcasts to encourage discussion of them and to point readers toward the entire book. The full text of 120 broadcasts is available in "Ezra Pound Speaking": Radio Speeches of World War II. Ed. Leonard W. Door. Westport, Conn. : Greenwood Press, 1978.] March 15, 1942 The enemy is Das Leihkapital. Your Enemy is Das Leihkapital, intemational, wandering Loan Ca...
  • Jews In America
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    Ben Zacharais When you think of the holocaust, what do you think about? Is it the millions of Jews lives that were taken? Or is it a great, but wicked speaker named Adolph Hitler? Adolph Hitler, Auschwitz, and American involvement are some key roles in the holocaust. Adolph Hitler is probably one of the worst people ever to live. When people talk of evil deeds he is at the top of the list. He was a man of words, and could use them to his advantage. He had an ability to talk and make the Germans ...
  • American Revolution Jews
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    The Immigration Experience They are our grandparents, our relatives, our friends. They are the immigrants. They came from all over the world for many reasons, such as, religious persecution and racial tension, but the largest reason for coming to America was for freedom. The freedom to live where we want, to own property, to take part in the government and most importantly, the freedom to be treated like a human being. Coming over was extremely difficult. For some, there were good, seaworthy boa...
  • Existence Of Anti Semitism
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    Anti-Semitism In The United States Essay, Research Anti-Semitism In The United States ' The more things change, the more they stay the same'. This clich? has been used millions of times and never has it been more fitting than in this situation. The Holocaust was supposed to be a wake up call for the world, to let all nations know that racism and hatred must be abolished or at least contained in order for peace to exist. It seems that in this country, a nation founded on the principles of equalit...

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