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This is a very interesting, horrible and interesting, phenomenon. I'd like to hear more from members of the list about it. I've thought about it but in an inchoate way - as when I read once that antisemitic literature had become popular in Japan which has no history of antisemitism and no Jews unless they're Americans sojourning there for a while.