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Antisemitismus heute Zur Messung aktueller Erscheinungsformen von Judenfeindlichkeit mithilfe des faktoriellen Surveys Anti-Semitism Today Measuring Current Manifestations of Hostility towards Jews Using Factorial Surveys Heiko Beyer* Georg-August-Universität Gçttingen, Department für Agrarçkonomie und Rurale Entwicklung, Soziologie Ländlicher Räume, Platz der Gçttinger Sieben 5, 37073 Gçttingen, Germany hbeyer@uni-goettingen.de Ulf Liebe Georg-August-Universität Gçttingen, Department für Agrarçkonomie und Rurale Entwicklung, Soziologie Ländlicher Räume, Platz

ANTI-SEMITISM 199 AS FAR BACK as the end of the nineteenth century the populist Nechayev said: “There must always be a rumor afloat about some kind of attack on the people.” Stalin and Hitler, as the real “attack- ers of the people,” pinned the rumor on the Jews. All governments are hypocritical, but none have surpassed the Bolshevik regime. On the surface it had its catchphrases about the equality of nations, the barbarity of chauvinism, nationalism, and anti-Semitism. But in practice it exercised a policy that had nothing whatever in common with these

Anti-Semitism 191 it difficult to imagine that there exists a society (far from being an ideal society in many respects, including the ethical241) in which the life of a citizen is officially valued so highly — higher in a way than the interests of the state. The state, it must be added, actually waging a permanent war. ANTI-SEMITISM Let’s try to examine the problem of anti-Semitism in the light of all that has been said. It is obvious that, on the one hand, the negative attitude toward Jews is a widely occurring kind of generic xenophobia. On the other hand