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- Hate Crime Statistics Act (Public Law 101-275), 1990 by the 101st Congress of the United States
- Report to the President for the White House Conference On Hate Crimes, 1997 by Metropolitan Community Churches
- National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2010 - Division E: Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act, 2009 (aka "the Matthew Shepard Act")
- Warning Against the Jews, Martin Luther (1546)
- The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, 1903 onwards (multiple versions)
- The International Jew, Henry Ford (1920-1922)
- The Truth About "The Protocols": A Literary Forgery, 1921, reprinted from The Times
- Kofi Annan Addresses Anti-Semitism - December 1999
The Dreyfus affair
"The Dreyfus affair was a political scandal that divided France in the 1890s and the early 1900s." (from the Wikipedia article)
- description of the Dreyfus affair in the "France" section of this article. – includes a detailed
- Hull v. United States (Opinion of the Court): The Dreyfus affair is mentioned in reference #3 in Notes section.
- "J'accuse...!" – An open letter written by French novelist Émile Zola to Félix Faure, President of the French Republic. It was published on 13 January 1898 on the front page of the Paris daily, L'Aurore, and accuses the government of anti-Semitism in the Dreyfus Affair.
- Poems written by Philadelphia poet Florence Earle Coates (1850-1927) concerning the affair:
- "Dreyfus" ("France has no dungeon in her island tomb") – published in Poet Lore (Sept 1898) and Mine and Thine (1904).
- "Dreyfus" ("If thou art living, in that Devil's Isle") – a fugitive poem published in The Independent (16 February 1899).
- "Picquart" ("For love of justice and for love of truth") – published in The Century Magazine (July 1902), Mine and Thine (1904) and Poems Vol II (1916).
- "Le Grand Salut" ("There is a power in innocence, a might") – published in The Living Age (25 August 1906), Lyrics of Life (1909) and Poems Vol II (1916).