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CHARLES Y. GLOCK and RODNEY STARK. Christian Beliefs and Anti-Semitism. Pp. xxi, 266. New York: Harper & Row, 1967. $8.50. CHARLES Y. GLOCK, GERTRUDE J. SELZ-NICK, and JOE L. SPAETH. The Apathetic Majority: A Study Based on Public Responses to the Eichmann Trial. Pp. xii, 222. New York: Harper & Row, 1967. $6.95

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CHARLES Y. GLOCK and RODNEY STARK. Christian Beliefs and Anti-Semitism. Pp. xxi, 266. New York: Harper & Row, 1967. $8.50. CHARLES Y. GLOCK, GERTRUDE J. SELZ-NICK, and JOE L. SPAETH. The Apathetic Majority: A Study Based on Public Responses to the Eichmann Trial. Pp. xii, 222. New York: Harper & Row, 1967. $6.95

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Book DepartmentCHARLES Y. GLOCK and RODNEY STARK. Christian Beliefs and Anti-Semitism. Pp. xxi, 266. New York: Harper & Row, 1967. $8.50. CHARLES Y. GLOCK, GERTRUDE J. SELZ-NICK, and JOE L. SPAETH. The Apathetic Majority: A Study Based on Public Responses to the Eichmann Trial. Pp. xii, 222. New York: Harper & Row, 1967. $6.95 SAGE Publications, Inc.1968DOI: 10.1177/000271626837700173 Harold W.Pfautz Sociology Brown University In these two volumes the authors report the first results of a five-year study of anti-Semitism in the United States, begun in 1961 under a grant from the Anti-Defamation League of B'nai B'rith and conducted by the Survey Research Center of the University of California. The first and more extensive effort, Christian Beliefs and Anti-Semitism, focuses on the relationship between the historic teachings of the Christian church and contemporary public attitudes towards Jews and is one of five projected large-scale inquiries. Its most general conclusion is that approximately a fourth of American anti-Semitism is specifically attached to religious sources. The second book, The Apathetic Majority, focuses on public responses to the Eichmann trial and represents the additional concern of the California research group "to study on going events that [have] a special and immediate bearing
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