In 1920 Henry Ford bought "The Dearborn Independent," a virile and very independent journal published in his home town. He used it to publish his series of 81 articles (between 1920 and 1922) on "the Jewish Question in America," which he called "the world's foremost problem." The Dearborn Independent was distributed nationwide to Ford dealer showrooms and was offered free of charge to the general public. At its peak, circulation reached 700,000 readers. He later published the articles as a four-volume set of books. At the Nuremberg Tribunal, Baldur Von Shirach, Hitler Youth Leader, said he had been influenced through reading these books. The work was also quoted in Mein Kampf by Adolf Hitler. This volume reprints selected articles from October 23, 1920 to January 14, 1922. This four-volume set is an important document in the history of anti-semiticism in America.--This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.