London: Press Committee of the Jewish Board of Deputies, 1921. First edition. Softcover. g- to g. Octavo. 11 (1)pp. Original dark gray wraps with black ruling and lettering on cover. Reproduced from the New York Times and other American newspapers. "A protest against anti-Semitic propaganda in the United States, bearing the signatures of President Wilson, Mr. William H. Taft, Cardinal O'Connel and other widely know men..." including President Harding, and Secretaries of State Colby, Lansing and Bryan. From the text of the document: "he undersigned, citizens of Gentile birth and Christian faith, view with profound regret and disapproval the appearance in this country of what is apparently an organised campaign of anti-Semitism, conducted in close conformity to and co-operation with similar campaigns in Europe. We regret exceedingly the publication of a number of books, pamphlets and newspaper articles designed to foster distrust and suspicion of our fellow-citizens of Jewish ancestry and faith, distrust and supicion of their loyalty and their patriotism..." Full text of the protest with four page list of signatures at rear. Wraps with wear along edges, light creasing, two small ink dots on back cover and rubbed. Some foxing on last leaf and minor markings on inside back cover. Block lightly creased at corners. Wraps in overall good-, interior in good condition. (Inventory #: 40925)
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