Discusses how the world's press responded to the 1935 laws that took away the German Jews' civil rights. Argues that, although there were various reactions, the major press misinterpreted the significance of the laws. The paper also discusses some of the publications that reacted appropriately, as well as the way the press coverage changed with the start of World War II. 16 pages, 52 footnotes, 18 bibliographic sources.
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