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The eliminationists : how hate talk radicalized the American right

Author: David A Neiwert
Publisher: Sausalito, CA : PoliPoint Press ; [LaVergne, TN] : Distributed by Ingram Publisher Services, ©2009.
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Drawing from his extensive reporting on right-wing groups, David Neiwert argues that the conservative movements alliances with far-right extremists have not only pushed the movements agenda to the right, but have become a malignant influence that's increasingly reflected in political discourse. The result is a pathology Neiwert calls pseudo-fascisma a political style that talks and acts like fascism without its core  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: David A Neiwert
ISBN: 1317260619 9781317260615 9781315634968 1315634961
OCLC Number: 935638412
Description: 1 online resource (281 pages)
Contents: Cover; Half Title; Title Page; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Introduction Unleashing the Demonic; 1 The Politics of the Personal; 2 The Transmission Belt; 3 The Transmitters; 4 A Black and White World; 5 The Conservative Movement and Its Morph; 6 Understanding Fascism; 7 Proto-Fascism, Para-Fascism, and the Real Thing; 8 Eliminationism in America: A Brief History; 9 The Ongoing Legacy of Eliminationism; 10 It Can Happen Here; Notes; Index; Acknowledgments; About the Author.
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Drawing from his extensive reporting on right-wing groups, David Neiwert argues that the conservative movements alliances with far-right extremists have not only pushed the movements agenda to the right, but have become a malignant influence that's increasingly reflected in political discourse. The result is a pathology Neiwert calls pseudo-fascisma a political style that talks and acts like fascism without its core violence and thuggishness. The author argues that the only effective response is a rhetoric of peace the kind of peace that stands up for human values, civil discourse, and basic decency.

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"For over a decade, David Neiwert has been America's canary in the coal mine-our national early-warning system on the spread of corrosive, eliminationist, right-wing hatred in our midst. His latest Read more...

 
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