<p>abstract:</p><p>This article works to clarify the dynamics of Jews, white supremacy, and Christian hegemony in the United States by addressing Karl Marxâs attention to the âfree states of North Americaâ in his infamous review essay âOn the Jewish Questionâ (1844). Marxâs review discloses both the Christian form of subjectivity universalized by political emancipation and the racial whiteness upon which Jewish emancipation rested in settler-colonial territory. Together, these paths untraveled but implied by Marx demonstrate the complementarity of Jewishness and whiteness in the racial imagination of US democracy, dismantle assumptions that antisemitism and white supremacy are necessarily isomorphic, and suggest how Jewish inclusion as citizens in the democratic state signals the constitution of a Judeo-Christian subject.</p>
Studies in American Jewish Literature – Penn State University Press
Published: Mar 17, 2020
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