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A convergence of political interests: Isi Leibler, the communist party of Australia and Soviet anti-Semitism, 1964-66.: An article from: The Australian Journal of Politics and History [HTML] [Digital]

Philip Mendes

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For many years, Western attitudes towards Soviet anti-Semitism were polarized around the Left/Right continuum. Supporters of the Soviet Union, including many Jews, claimed that anti-Semitism had been legislatively abolished, and that Russian Jews were experiencing equal rights for the first time in their history. Conservatives, in contrast, claimed that the Soviet Union had brutally suppressed Jewish religious observance and Zionist activities, and all forms of Jewish collective or national expression.


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