The Jews: A Study of Race and Environment

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The Jews: A Study of Race and Environment is a 1911 book by the Jewish physical anthropologist Maurice Fishberg (1872–1934).

Fishberg rejected that Jews constitute a distinct race. "Fishberg, nonetheless, perceived the presence of a Jewish physiognomy, or look, and filled his book with photos of Jews from all over the world, who, to his eye, resembled one another. As he said, “One can pick out a Jew from among a thousand non-Jews without difficulty.""[1]

The book also introduced the Khazar theory to Americans.

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