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Encyclopedia of white power : a sourcebook on the radical racist right

Author: Jeffrey Kaplan
Publisher: Walnut Creek : AltaMira Press, ©2000.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"Jeffrey Kaplan brings to light the workings of white supremacy movements in the United States and Europe in the years since World War II. The first half of the encyclopedia is made up of over 100 entries - many of them essay-length - describing the people, groups and themes that make up the radical racist right. Some of the entries are written by movement activists themselves, providing useful insider accounts. The  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Encyclopedias
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jeffrey Kaplan
ISBN: 0742503402 9780742503403
OCLC Number: 42889808
Description: xxxvi, 585 p. ; 24 cm.
Contents: American Nazi Party --
Arya Kriya --
Aryan Nations --
Dave Barley --
Bathory --
Louis Beam --
Don Black --
Black Metal --
James Burford --
Dan Burros --
Richard Girnt Butler --
California Rangers --
Willis Carto --
Else Christensen --
Christian Defense League --
Christian Identity --
Church of the Creator --
Church of Israel --
Church of Jesus Christ Christian --
Frank Collin --
Committee of the States --
Rick Cooper --
Father Charles Coughlin --
Covenant, Sword, and Arm of the Lord --
Harold Covington --
Savitri Devi --
Elizabeth Dilling --
David Duke --
James Ellison --
Ralph Forbes --
Joseph Franklin --
William Potter Gale --
Dan Gayman --
Kenneth Goff --
George Eric Hawthorne --
Hembygdspartiet [Native Place Party] --
Adolf Hitler --
Internet Recruiting --
Colin Jordan --
Jost --
Keep Sweden Swedish --
Matthias "Matt" Koehl --
Kreativistens Kyrka --
Ole Krogstad --
Vaino Kuisma --
Ku Klux Klan --
David Lane --
Katja Lane --
Gary "Gerhard" Lauck --
Leaderless Resistance --
Bruno Armin Ludtke --
Charles Manson --
James Mason --
Robert J. Mathews --
Ron McVan --
Tom Metzger --
Robert Miles --
Jack Mohr --
David Wulstan Myatt --
National Alliance --
National Socialist Kindred --
National Socialist Liberation Front --
National Socialist Vanguard --
National Socialist White People's Party --
Odinism --
The Order --
Order of Nine Angles --
Pete Peters --
Phineas Priesthood --
William Pierce --
Reichsfolk --
Religion of Nature --
Thom Robb --
George Lincoln Rockwell --
Tommy Rahowa Ryden.
Responsibility: edited by Jeffrey Kaplan.
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Letting the radical racist right speak for themselves, this volume presents the movement's many facets in the US and Europe since World War II. The first half is made up of over 100 in-depth entries,  Read more...

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The Encyclopedia of White Power is an extremely topical, useful and enlightening volume, which seeks to delineate the "Euro-American White Power subculture"... [the] "kaleidoscope of views" will Read more...

 
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