An American Industrialist, Henry Ford exerted a strong influence on the history of anti-Semitism in the 20th century. He completed a masterpiece about the myth of the Jewish world conspiracy based upon the Protocols of the Learned Elders of Zion, and mass produced it throughout the world. His anti-Semitic work found an echo especially among the Nazis. Ford`s anti-Semitism was deeply related with his cultural attitude toward modernity. This was characterized by a curious mixture of enthusiasm for technology and rural romanticism, and thus could be called as ``reactionary modernism``. He denounced the financial capital, the big city(especially New York), modern popular culture, and the liberalism as "founded by the Jewish race" or as "resulting from its conspiracy." Against this existing modernity, he suggested an alternative modernity based upon the hybrid of Fordism and rural traditionalism. Doing this, he tried to maximize the efficiency of his propaganda against the Jew.