is the name of an essay written in 1983 by Marion Mushkat, and published in International Problems 22, 1-4 (1983) 1-138. The article was subtitled "The Case of Communits Poland", but apparently not too much has changed since then. Poland is a country with practically no Jews today; before World War II it had a Jewish population of 3 million, of whom only 30,000 survived the Holocaust. Om 1946 there were anti-Semitic riots resulting in the deaths of Jews and injuries to others. Communist Poland continued to persecute the Jews, and most of those remaining got out. But for some Poles, the invisible Jews still remain a scapegoat. Well, as we used to say about the Poles, they drink it in with their mother's milk.
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