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Terrorists among us : the militia threat

Author: Robert L Snow
Publisher: Reading, Mass. : [Oxford] : Perseus, 2002.
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With the events of Ruby Ridge, Waco, and Oklahoma City, the American militia movement emerged from the obscurity of secluded cabins and survivalist meetings into the national media spotlight. Yet how much do we really know about these radical groups determined to wage war against the American government? In this eye-opening look at the militia movement, the author provides a chilling portrayal of the explosive  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Robert L Snow
ISBN: 0738207667 9780738207667
OCLC Number: 50615207
Notes: Originally published as: The militia threat. New York : Plenum, 1999.
Description: ix, 266 p. ; 23 cm.
Contents: Preface --
1. The birth of the modern militia movement --
2. The beliefs and philosophies of militias --
3. National and worldwide conspiracies --
4. Who belongs to militias? --
5. Militia training --
6. Weapons of militias --
7. The militia threat --
8. Fringe group crossover --
9. Militia internal security --
10. Militia publications and propaganda --
11. A national militia --
12. The power and influence of militias --
13. Militias and the law --
14. State and local response to militias --
15. The federal government's response to militias --
16. Citizens' response to militias --
17. Final thoughts about militias --
Notes --
Index.
Other Titles: Militia threat
Responsibility: Robert L. Snow.
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