Friday, April 12, 2013

Britain's Jewish Problem

“Anyone who has spent, as I have, a considerable time studying the Jewish question and discussing it with people of all classes and types, must now realize that this problem needs to be ventilated without delay — before it is too late,” says M.G. Murchin (a nom de plume) in the introduction to this book, which was published by Hurst & Blackett in 1939.

The book appears to be extremely rare. I have been unable to find a copy for sale, and only a few references to it. I bought my copy at Coffee Books in Stratford-upon-Avon, England, in 1974.

Left: The title as it appears on the book's spine. Chapter 1 is below:

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