- In 1925, 16% of lawyers, 10% of doctors and 5% of lecturers, writers etc. were Jews. Although, 17% of bankers were Jewish this marked a decrease from 1895 ( 37% )
- The Catholic church contained elements of latent discrimination - Judaism was seen as Marxism.
- This trend was counter balanced by the association to resist anti-semitism which was founded by catholic politicians…