For U.S. Jews, a Double-edged Holocaust Precedent to Syrian Refugee Clash

In pre-World War II America, European Jews were criminals, Communists, anarchists or Nazi saboteurs coming to take over the country.

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The eight-deck, 16732-ton MS St. Louis was driven away from U.S. shores in May 1939, but in some ways it never really departed. The somber shadow of the German passenger ship that carried 908 Jewish refugees...