Assimilation and Anti-Semitism

Albert Einstein


When an intimidated individual or a careerist among my brethren feels inclined or forced to identify himself as a son of his forefathers, then he usually describes himself—provided he was not baptized—as a “German citizen of the Mosaic faith.” There is something comical, even tragic-comical in this designation, and we feel it immediately. Why? It…

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