from La Civilta Cattolica, vol. VII, no. XIV. 1890 (Oct, Nov, Dec)
The nineteenth century will soon close upon Europe, leaving behind a very sad question, because of which, in the twentieth century, there will perhaps result such calamitous consequences that it will be definitively resolved and brought to a conclusion. We allude to the badly phrased "Semitic question", or more strictly speaking, the Jewish question, which is intimately linked to economic, moral, political and religious matters in Christian Europe.