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Bryan Fanning

folk traditions or represented in the plays of the Elizabethan era.2 Deasy, who considered that there were no Jews in Ireland, most certainly knew no Jews. His anti-Semitism was ideological rather than empirical. The anti-Semitism which found expression in Irish immigration practices from the 1930s to the 1950s was similarly grounded in prevalent racialisations and stereotypes. Immigration policy goals of keeping Jews out of Ireland can be understood as a response to an imagined Jewish problem rather than the consequence of some ‘rational’ calculation that the Jews

in Racism and social change in the Republic of Ireland