American extremists: militias, supremacists, klansmen, communists & others
Literally an encyclopedia of hate, paranoia, & terror, this book closely examines the purposes & goals of each movement & debunks much of their racist & anti-government propaganda.
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In the wake of the 1995 Oklahoma City bombing, George and Wilcox seek to examine fringe movements in the United States since the 1960s. The result is a thoroughly researched examination of movements on both right and left, including each group's history, membership figures, and leadership. Of particular interest are vignettes from within the groups profiled.
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An indispensable guide to understanding your weird neighbor who hangs a flag in every window. It's out-of-date now but still makes for good skimming in the bathroom.
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Background Characteristics Motivations and Other Considerations
Historical Perspective on American Extremism Prior to 1960 15
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