Since when was anti-Semitism rebranded as ‘anti-racism’?

From Telegraph blogs, December 16, 2010 Imagine you were an advertising executive some time in the 1960s working for a company like Sterling Cooper, and that a client came in asking you to “rebrand” anti-Semitism. You see, the client told you, unfortunately the whole image had taken a knock in recent years, with most people associating it with senseless mass murder, civilians being rounded up, burning books, that sort of thing. How do we turn anti-Semitism into a… Read on