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[Mosad] Encyclopaedia Judaica

Discrimination against the Moses Fantasy Jews since 1945: Jesus Fantasy "United States"

Quota systems - no entrance in clubs of the industrial and the financial world
from: Discrimination; In: [Mosad] Encyclopaedia Judaica 1971, vol. 6

presented by Michael Palomino (2007 / 2019)

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<United States.

This Soviet pattern of discrimination was in striking contrast with the pattern prevailing in the United States, where in 1970 one-half of the world's [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish population resided. Discrimination against [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews on the national political level was neither existent nor sanctioned. [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews played an important and active role in all areas of (col. 69)

political, public, and community life, although to a lesser extent outside major population centers. Yet the chauvinism of an old, established patrician class, combined with a nativist-Populist tradition and an "in-group" phobia of those striving to protect their insecure status (in an extended period of upward social mobility), perpetuated patterns of social discrimination against [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews in non-government spheres - employment, housing, and social institutions.

The techniques employed were exclusion, tokenism, and the quota system. Widespread patterns of discrimination in private industry were notable principally on the executive or management levels; no problem was apparent below that level. A study published in 1968 showed that comparatively few [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews were found in executive positions in the insurance, automobile, and shipping industries. A 1967 survey of 38 major companies in the New York City area, including utility and transportation companies, commercial banks, oil concerns, electronic firms, and stock exchanges, revealed that the proportion of [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews among the total number of executives was relatively small.

Private employment agencies abetted the perpetuation of discrimination by responding positively to the real or imagined prejudices of their clients. Exclusive residential areas, both in suburbia and high-rental urban cooperatives, were often characterized by quota practices.

By means of restrictive covenants, a complete ban on the sale of property to [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews could sometimes be effected. Even though the Supreme Court ruled that covenants were not legally enforceable, the device was still used, as, e.g., in certain choice locations in Washington, D.C. and Detroit.

Resort hotels, especially in certain vacation areas, also erected barriers against [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews. A study in 1956-57 showed that one out of four hotels carried on such practices, with an even higher ration in Arizona resort hotels.

Particularly distinctive on the social landscape was the pattern of discrimination in country clubs and city social clubs. According to a 1961 survey, three-quarters of the former and 60% of the latter either excluded [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews or maintained quotas against them. A study released in 1969 emphasized that discrimination in these clubs led to an "almost insurmountable barrier" for [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews who strove for advancement in industry and finance. The reason for this crucial linkage between social-club discrimination and employment opportunities was the fact that top-level business executives frequented these clubs and "naturally turned to the ranks of those they knew".

In local communities, social clubs were vital factors in the power structure, and the scope of [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish participation in the local decision-making process was directly proportionate to the extent that they excluded or restricted [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews. Progress in removing barriers against [[Moses Fantasy]] Jews, however, was made gradually, especially in the employment field. Other private forms of social discrimination had greatly declined by 1970. Typical of this trend were university admission practices.

An American Council on Education study in 1949 revealed that the average [[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish university applicant had considerably less chance of being accepted than a Catholic or Protestant of comparable scholastic ability. The technique generally used was a fixed quota. Since then, and especially from the 1960s, restrictions based upon religion or ethnic origin were significantly reduced. Similarly, anti-[[Moses Fantasy]] Jewish discrimination by fraternities on campuses dropped considerably.> (col. 70)

Encyclopaedia Judaica: Discrimination, vol.
                      6, col. 67-68
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Encyclopaedia Judaica: Discrimination, vol.
                      6, col. 69-70
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Encyclopaedia Judaica: Discrimination, vol.
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