Harry Waton

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Harry Waton (1871-1959)[1] was a controversial American rabbi noted for his book A Program for The Jews and An Answer to All Anti-Semites. Rabbi Waton wrote his book in 1939 and saw the Jews being at the crossroads of history. In his book he clearly reveals himself to be a Marxist and saw Mussolini, Hitler, and Stalin--all as fascists and state capitalists.

Surprisingly, Waton advocated for the Jews to make their peace with the "nazis and fascists" realizing the Jewish-led boycott against Germany was a disaster. His line of reasoning was that all of the democracies of the world would eventually become fascist and/or state capitalist. After this, Waton believed socialism would emerge and then be followed by universal communism.

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