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In an interview with Sir Walter Layton, a British journalist, Adolf Hitler admits that his program against the Jews will have to be implemented as a series of small steps.

Hitler explains:

"The weapon of a defensive boycott [against the Jews] if used too often can become blunt. The influence of German Jews must be limited through other incremental measures."

Notice Hitler's use of the word "defensive" here: traditional Christian anti-Semitism commonly described harsh anti-Semitic regulations, like restricting them to ghettos and keeping them out of certain professions, as justifiable "defensive" measures needed to protect Christian society from the dangerous influence of Jews.

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