[updated: January 15, 2018]
Since my op-ed in the Forward on has been well-received, I thought I’d throw together a list of my writings that specifically address issues of antisemitism and left-wing movements. (A list of all of my recent work is here). The articles that address antisemitism include:
“Steve Bannon’s ‘Washed Out’ Antisemitism,” Political Research Associates, January 12, 2018
An analysis of accusations of antisemitism against Bannon. They include his promotion of the Alt Right, Bannon and Breitbart‘s use of antisemitic narrative structures and code words, a Trump campaign speech and ad, his prejudiced personal expressions, proto-fascist intellectual influences (inc. Maurras and Guénon), his relationship with European Far Right parties, endorsements by antisemites, the Breitbart comments section & the website’s singling out of Jews as such.
“The Left Must Root Out Anti-Semitism In Its Ranks,” Forward, June 1, 2017
A call for the Left to ban Holocaust Deniers and antisemitic conspiracy theorists from its venues and publications.
“Far Right Conspiracy Theorist Christopher Bollyn to Speak at the Brooklyn Commons,” spencersunshine.com, September 5, 2016
Outline of a former editor at Willis Carto’s neo-Nazi media empire, Christopher Bollyn, who spoke at a “progressive” Brooklyn venue.
“Drawing Lines Against Racism and Fascism,” Political Research Associates, March 5, 2015.
What are the criteria we should use when excluding antisemites from Left spaces?
“Campus Profile—Alison Weir: If Americans Knew,” Political Research Associates, 2014
Profile of a famous crypto-antisemite who is frequently given a pass by Left circles. Part of the Constructing Campus Conflict report.
“The Right Hand of Occupy Wall Street: From Libertarians to Nazis, the Fact and Fiction of Right-Wing Involvement,” Public Eye, Winter 2014, pages 9-14, 18; online: February 23, 2014
“20 on the Right in Occupy,” Political Research Associates, February 13, 2014
“Occupied With Conspiracies? The Occupy Movement, Populist Anti-Elitism, and the Conspiracy Theorists,” Shift, December 11, 2011
Three articles which address why antisemites were attracted to the Occupy Wall Street movement.
“Rebranding Fascism: National-Anarchists,” Public Eye, vol. 23, no. 4, Winter 2008, 1, 12–19
Profile of a crypto-fascist group that codes its antisemitism as “anti-zionism” in order to engage in entryist tactics.