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IBM and anti=Semitism

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Submitted by Pesach Rogoway (Israel), Mar 8, 2012 03:06

Related to this important subject - it should be noted that iBM was considered anti-Semitic well after the war and was known to hire few if any Jews. When I joined in 1964 that policy had changed and there were many Jews in computer programming and a disproportionate number in key technical and managerial roles.


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