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Jew-wise is a phrase which began to be used in the Anglosphere in the 1920s to describe political activists and authors who had become conscious of the Jewish Question and decided that it was important to alert the general public to the danger. Particularly in the context of the time period, Jew-wise people exposed the fact that it was Jews who were behind Marxian communism and that this movement was created not to serve the working-class, as it claimed, but rather Jewish group interests. Later, Jew-wise people would expose that it was Jews who were attempting to bring about World War II and tried to stop the disaster.

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