Nancy Gish: "And given the constant insistence that he had Jewish friends and colleagues. . . ."
This reminds me of an amusing incident from when I was teaching freshman comp at the University of Michigan. I forget how the topic of sociologists came up, but I wisecracked, "Some of my best friends are sociologists but I wouldn't want my daughter to marry one." A big smile appeared on the face of a young woman in the back row -- she a very bright young woman, daughter of a Jewish psychiatrist on Lon Island, and was well acquainted with the origins of that remark.
There are some aggressively racist lines in several poems by Wallace Stevens.