During my undergraduate experience at a top 25 liberal arts college in the Midwest, an assistant editor of the newspaper asked me to write a piece on Kristallnacht because she wanted "an intelligent Jew to do it."
Upon hearing that his niece had married a Jewish man, my wife's uncle stated, "They have never done anything to me. I had a Jewish boss once, he was a bit tight with his money, but otherwise he was okay."
At my brother-in-law's wedding this summer I overheard one of the guests telling a Jewish joke, while I do not remember the words, it had to do with big noses and being cheap.
Informant was in his early thirties. He was a college professor in Ohio
THE BACKGROUND on these interviews, that is, when they were conducted, who the informants were, and why I post them, see here.
"Why Get Your Hopes Up?" # 16
"You Cannot Get that Job Unless You Are Jewish" # 20