In This Review

The Jews in Modern France
The Jews in Modern France
Edited by Frances Malino and Bernard Wasserstein
University Press of New England, 1985, 354 pp

An exceptionally fine symposium in which distinguished scholars argue divergent views on the history of the Jewish presence in France. Scholarly, informative, and above all, controversial on such issues as whether anti-Semitism was central or peripheral in French life, on the relations of the French left to Jews, and on French behavior under Vichy.