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Zion's Cultural Putsch: The Judaization of American Literature (National Vanguard magazine 1985)
Another excellent article written by Vic Olvir on the Judiazation of American's literature, transcribed by Will Williams, for the site that many are beginning to talk about, The Legacy of Dr. William Pierce.
Monday, July 30, 2012
Zion's Cultural Putsch:
The Judaization of American Literature
by Vic Olvir
From National Vanguard magazine No. 105, May-June, 1985
Certainly, Jews in America were writing novels, in English, as far back as the late 19th century and through the early decades of the 20th (Abraham Cahan, Ludwig Lewisohn, Henry Roth, to name a few), but they made no significant impression on American readers, and not much on the critics, and none became "best sellers." Jews at that time seemed unwilling even to support their own writers — despite claims made now that Jews constitute the largest part of the hardbound book-buying public. As late as 1944 Lionel Trilling, then a Jewish member of the literature faculty at Columbia University, declared in a Commentary symposium that "as the Jewish community now exists, it can give no sustenance to the American artist or intellectual who is born a Jew."
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