By Henry Ford and the editors of the Dearborn Independent. Henry Ford purchased the Dearborn Independent and published a series of 80 articles between 1920 and 1922 on what he identified as the “Jewish Question in America.”
At its peak, circulation reached 700,000 readers. The 80 articles were later republished in book form but were severely redacted and edited, with an abridged version becoming the most widely circulated copy.
This version is the full unexpurgated original of Ford’s groundbreaking study and contains all the content, prefaces included, of the books first published as Volume 3 and Volume 4. The companion volume contains the other two volumes.
372 pages, paperback.