Benjamin H. Freedman





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Benjamin Harrison Freedman (1890 – May 1984) was an American antisemitic and anti-Zionist activist. Freedman was a partner in a dermatological institute and in small business. He converted from Judaism to Roman Catholicism.
Freedman was, from 1925 to 1937, a partner with Samuel D. Leidesdorf and the John H. Woodbury Laboratories, a dermatological institute and a derivative company of the old Woodbury Soap Company. Benjamin H Freedman was listed on the letterhead of the Institute for Arab American Affairs and around 1946, along with his wife, listed as "R M Schoendorf" (Rose M. Schoendorf Freedman), "sponsored a series of advertisements under the imprint of 'The League for Peace with Justice in Palestine'". In 1946 he sued the American Jewish
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