The Jews obtained a wonderful ascendancy in politics, business and the learned professions [in spite of constituting] less than one percent of the population. The banks, were practically controlled by them. So were the publishing trade, the cinema, the theatres and a large part of the press – all the normal means, in fact, by which public opinion in a civilized country is formed. The largest newspaper combine in the country with a daily circulation of four million was a Jewish monopoly. Every year it became harder and harder for a gentile to gain or keep a foothold in any privileged occupation…It was a discrimination that operated without violence. It was exercised by a minority against a majority.
- Bryant, Arthur, 1899-1985. Unfinished victory, by Arthur Bryant. London, Macmillan & co. ltd., 1940.