Events in California last weekend make tragically clear the vulnerability of Americans in an open society where risks can become threats and then crimes with little warning. But an open society also provides the opportunity to identify the risks and threats before the worst happens. A recent survey by the Antidefamation League accomplishes that task and more by tracking the changes in American attitudes toward the Jewish community that warrant attention from national political leaders and the news media sooner rather than later.
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