So Hobson's "Imperialism" contains racist tropes common to the attitude in 1900s that there were "lesser races" although Hobson puts those references in quotes to distance himself from that thinking. He also specifically references the Jewish owned business interests as promoters of Imperialism.
So is this 'as bad as' the New Testament that specifically condemns the Jewish people as betrayers of their own messiah and the son of God? The New Testament is by far the source of antisemitism in the history of antisemitic tropes.
The New Testament basically concludes that Jews betrayed, for material gain, their own messiah and the 'true son of god' and the tribulations the Jews face are the consequence of betraying God's son. The New Testament is the most influential antisemitic text ever written.
So let's buttonhole the Arch Bishop of Canterbury for his support of antisemitism.