Old Nazis, the New Right, and the Republican Party

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South End Press, 1991 - Political Science - 148 pages
A provocative, sometimes chilling expose of domestic fascist networks, which include Nazi collaborators within the Republican Party.
 

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Bellant convincingly documents three arguments in this short, journalistic book. First, many people who had been active in Nazi or pro-Nazi groups in Eastern Europe in the 1930s and 1940s subsequently ... Read full review

Contents

PART ONE 1 The National Republican Heritage Groups Nationalities Council
1
Republicans Authoritarians AntiSemites and Fascists
2
The History of the Republican Heritage Groups Council
3
The Councils Leadership
5
Axis Allies and Apologists
6
Friends of Dictatorship
16
Ethnic Realignment
20
Forgive and Forget
25
The ASC and the World AntiCommunist League
65
Ukrainian Nationalism and Nazi Collaboration
67
The AntiBolshevik Bloc of Nations the White House and the
73
The Campaign Against
77
Support for South Africa and Apartheid
81
Central America Death Squads and the
83
Conclusions
89
Endnotes
91

PART TWO 29 The American Security Council
29
Cold Warriors 30 Origins of the
30
The Emergence of the MilitaryIndustrial Complex
33
Eisenhowers Nightmare
36
The Coalition for Peace Through Strength
39
The ASC the White House and the National Security Council
46
The Propaganda Arm of the Military Establishment
48
The ASC and Congress
51
PART THREE 59 Allies and Allegiances
59
Roger Pearson the White House and Racialism
60
Selected Bibliography
113
Appendix 1
115
The Chicago Controversy Part Two WMAQTV Chicago May 11 1987
118
Controversial Veteran WMAQTV Chicago November 11 1985
120
Appendix 2
121
Chronology of 1988 Bush Campaign Controversy
123
Appendix 3
132
Index
133
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