Your response has absolutely nothing to do with the specious claim that christians, in writing history, want to see Jews as subordinate.
If it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck, and looks like a duck, it must be a duck! I believe you should focus on the historical adversarial relations between New York Jews and everyone else in NYC. Jews, to survive in NYC, had to find an economic niche that did not step on other's toes, so to speak. So, it might appear that there was less of an adversarial relationship than some other groups that were competing for the same jobs; however, in my opinion, much of the resentment towards Jews in NYC, hsitorically, and today, come from the reality that Jews assimilate quite fast into the American Dream, even though they arrive here not speaking English, yet in one or two generations seem to function more like those that came here much earlier (the trick in the early 20th century was to use WASP values as their role model, and mimic the way the New York Irish had a command of the language).
But, I do believe that collectively Catholic New York sees Jews as subordinate, if not in actual position, then in theory, since the Catholic Church in NYC wields power and exudes an image of dominance in the public eye, in my opinion. It is just part of the human pecking order that many subscribe to. But, let's not leave out the reality that for many immigrants, coming from a Europe where Jews were ghettoized and sort of pariahs, they felt the cognitive dissonance to see that in the New World Jews can function in a manner that put them in direct competition with Christians. This was too much for many to feel comfortable with, in my opinion.
But, back to the original thought. Christian historians made Jews subordinate by not arguing against the replacement of the convenant God had with the Children of Israel, at the point that Jesus became the Christian Messiah, with the Christian Catechism. One does not have to be a theologan to see that in a Christian Europe or Christian American, Jews are subordinate temporally and spiritually to church going Christians, and specifically to Catholics, since theologically, Jews are really not valued for any bible prophecy to come to fruition (as they seem to be in Evangelical circles). If one is "excess" spiritually, how can one not be considered subordinate?