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The fame of a dead man's deeds : an up-close portrait of white nationalist William Pierce

Author: Robert S Griffin
Publisher: [Bloomington, IN] : 1st Books Library, ©2001.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Named Person: William L Pierce; Andrew Macdonald
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert S Griffin
ISBN: 0759609330 9780759609334
OCLC Number: 48996436
Description: x, 434 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
First contact --
Early life --
George Bernard Shaw, et al --
Adolf Hitler --
The John Birch Society --
George Lincoln Rockwell --
The national alliance --
Revilo P. Oliver --
The Turner diaries --
Pierce on the The Turner diaries --
Timothy McVeigh --
Our cause --
Cosmotheism --
Alexander Solzhenitsyn --
Bob Mathews --
To West Virginia --
Hunter --
Pierce on Hunter --
William Gayley Simpson --
World War II --
Pierce and Jews --
Racism and hate --
Schooling --
Men and women --
The new world order --
Pierce's vision --
The leadership conference --
Last contact.
Responsibility: Robert S. Griffin.

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Preface • i 1. Introduction • 1 2. First Contact • 17 3. Early Life • 26 4. George Bernard Shaw, et al. • 43 5. Adolf Hitler • 61 6. The John Birch Society • 80 7. George Lincoln Rockwell • 84 8. The National Alliance • 112 9. Revilo P. Oliver • 128 10. The Turner Diaries • 143 11. Pierce on The Turner Diaries • 155 12. Timothy McVeigh • 161 13. Our Cause • 167 14. Cosmotheism • 178 15. Alexander Solzhenitsyn • 198 16. Bob Mathews • 202 17. To West Virginia • 217 18. Hunter • 223 19. Pierce on Hunter • 238 20. William Gayley Simpson • 244 21. World War II • 258 22. Pierce and Jews • 282 23. Racism and Hate • 315 24 Schooling • 324 25. Men and Women • 337 26. The New World Order • 353 27. Pierce’s Vision • 368 28. The Leadership Conference • 382 29. Last Contact • 397 Acknowledgments • 400 Notes • 401

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Available online here http://www.archive.org/details/FameOfADeadMansDeeds

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