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The Post-War Anglo-American Far Right : A Special Relationship of Hate

By: Jackson, Paul.
Contributor(s): Shekhovtsov, Anton.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Basingstoke : Palgrave Macmillan, 2014Description: 1 online resource (168 p.).ISBN: 9781137396211.Subject(s): Great Britain -- Politics and government -- 1945- | Great Britain -- Relations -- United States | Hate groups -- Great Britain -- History | HISTORY / Europe / Great Britain | HISTORY / Modern / 20th Century | HISTORY / Revolutionary | HISTORY / United States / 20th Century | POLITICAL SCIENCE / Political Ideologies / Fascism & Totalitarianism | Right-wing extremists -- Great Britain -- History | Right-wing extremists -- United States -- History | Transnationalism -- Political aspects -- History | United States -- Politics and government -- 1945-1989 | United States -- Politics and government -- 1989- | United States -- Relations -- Great BritainGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: The Post-War Anglo-American Far Right : A Special Relationship of HateDDC classification: 320.5209410904 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover; Half-Title ; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Notes on Contributors; Part I; 1 Accumulative Extremism: The Post-War Tradition of Anglo-American Neo-Nazi Activism; Part II; 2 'Penny-wise ...': Ezra Pound's Posthumous Legacy to Fascism; 3 Jim Crow and Union Jack: Southern Segregationists and the British Far Right; 4 Cultural Marxism and the Radical Right; 5 The Tea Party Movement at the Crossroads of Nation and State; 6 The German 'National Socialist Underground (NSU)' and Anglo-American Networks: The Internationalisation of Far-Right Terror
Conclusions: Suggestions for Future Exploration of 'Transnational Fascism'Selected Bibliography; Index
Summary: <p >Since 1945 neo-Nazi and far right extremists on both sides of the Atlantic have developed rich cultures which regularly exchange ideas. Leading activists such as Colin Jordan and George Lincoln Rockwell have helped to establish what has become a complex web of marginalised extremism. This book examines the history of this milieu to the present day.
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Cover; Half-Title ; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Notes on Contributors; Part I; 1 Accumulative Extremism: The Post-War Tradition of Anglo-American Neo-Nazi Activism; Part II; 2 'Penny-wise ...': Ezra Pound's Posthumous Legacy to Fascism; 3 Jim Crow and Union Jack: Southern Segregationists and the British Far Right; 4 Cultural Marxism and the Radical Right; 5 The Tea Party Movement at the Crossroads of Nation and State; 6 The German 'National Socialist Underground (NSU)' and Anglo-American Networks: The Internationalisation of Far-Right Terror

Conclusions: Suggestions for Future Exploration of 'Transnational Fascism'Selected Bibliography; Index

<p >Since 1945 neo-Nazi and far right extremists on both sides of the Atlantic have developed rich cultures which regularly exchange ideas. Leading activists such as Colin Jordan and George Lincoln Rockwell have helped to establish what has become a complex web of marginalised extremism. This book examines the history of this milieu to the present day.

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Professor Matthew Feldman, University of Teesside, UK Professor Jérôme Jamin, University of Liege, Belgium Daniel Koehler, EXIT-Germany, also Director of Research at Institute for the Study of Radical Movements in Berlin, Germany. Andrea Rinaldi is a doctoral student at the University of Bergen, Norway Professor Clive Webb, University of Sussex, UK Leonard Zeskind, President of the Institute for Research and Education of Human Rights, USA

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