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In the process they adopted die ways of life of the non-Jewish world, became increasingly estranged from their own religious and social tradition, acquired non- Jewish habits, customs and modes of thought. It seemed as though they were going to be completely dissolved in the surrounding peoples, so much more numerous than them- selves, so superior in their political tural organisation, tions no and that visible trace The complete in and cul- a few genera- of them would remain. disappearance, of the Jews in Central and "Western Europe seemed inevitable.
A Socialist, for instance, even if he is an anti-Semite by conviction, will not proclaim his creed or act up to it, because it is not in the programme of his party. Among is different. Conservatives, however, it Anti-Semitism in their case arises from a desire to exacerbate for their party purposes the ill-feeling inherent in the popu- [37} ABOUT ZIONISM In a country like England, this influence is smaller than in many others, while the lace. existence of old and deep-rooted tions hinders the rapid liberal tradi- growth of anti-Semit- without any personal knowledge of the country.
It may be thanks to anti-Semitism that we are able to preserve our existence as a race; that at any rate is my belief. When I come across the phrase  "German ABOUT ZIONISM Citizens of the Jewish Persuasion," I cannot avoid a melancholy smile. What highfalutin* description really does this mean? What "Jewish persuasion"? Is there, then, a kind of non-persuasion by virtue of which is this one ceases to be a Jew? There is not. What the description really means is that our beaux esprits are First, I proclaiming two things: wish to have nothing to do with my poor (East European) Jewish breth- ren; Secondly, I wish to be regarded not as a son of my people, but only as a ber of a religious community.
About Zionism. Speeches and Letters by Professor Albert Einstein