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Cohn Norman Rufus Colin. Warrant for Genocide: The Myth of the Jewish World Conspiracy and the Protocols of the Elders of Zion. Serif; 1966, 1998. Paperback. ISBN 1-897959-25-7.
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Katz, Jacob. Jews and Freemasons in Europe 1723-1939. Harvard University Press. 1970. Out of Print.. ISBN 0-674474-80-5.
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Lee, Albert. Henry Ford and the Jews. Stein and Day Publishers, New York. 1980. Out of Print. ISBN 0-812827-01-5.[Contains a detailed account of Ford's anti-semitism, use of the "Protocols" even after they were proven false, and support of and from Adolph Hitler.]
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Oppenheim, Samuel The Jews and Masonry in the United States Before 1810. American Jewish Historical Society.

Roberts, John R. The Mythology of the Secret Societies MacMillan Publishing Company; 1972. Hardcover. ISBN 0-684129-04-3.
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