My earlier column on this subject listed four manifestations of anti-Semitism—physical attacks, campus campaigns of disinformation, penetration of the Democratic Party, and the collapse of moral self-confidence among a growing segment of American Jewry. The last of these, which may have seemed the most innocuous, proves the success of the other three.
A Threat Assessment for American Jewry, Part Two
Parts of the Jewish people stand up to the barrage of anti-Semitism, but others do not. Those others are part of the threat.