Neo-Fascism in Europe

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Luciano Cheles, Ronnie Ferguson, Michalina Vaughan
Longman, 1991 - Europe - 299 pages
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The re-emergence of far-right parties throughout Europe was one of the most striking and disturbing features of European politics in the 1980s. Though its importance differs from country to country, international links between parties may make neo-Fascism more respectable and a less transitory feature of European politics than seemed likely at the start of the 1980s. This phenomenon is analyzed in this collection of essays which offers an analysis of the various neo-Fascist movements of Western Europe. representing a range of disciplines and provides analyses of the neo-Fascist movements in Italy, Germany, Spain, Portugual, Greece, France and Britain. It combines studies of the underlying socio-economic conditions on which neo-Fascist ideology thrives with explorations of specific areas such as the use of propaganda or the denial of Nazi atrocities.

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