Nation and Race: The Developing Euro-American Racist Subcultureby Jeffrey Kaplan (Editor), Tore Bjorgo (Editor)
Experts in sociology, political science,
Today's rapidly growing Euro-American racist subculture is markedly different than past trans-Atlantic interactions. While nationalistic ideologies such as Nazism and fascism were traditionally imported from Europe to the United States, recent trends indicate that extreme right-wing ideas now also flow from America to Europe.
Experts in sociology, political science, and history examine a wide range of international linkages that gave rise to an increasingly cohesive transnational and Euro-American brotherhood of the radical right. Among the topics discussed are the Internet, conspiracy theories, white power rock 'n' roll, and the skinhead movement.
- Northeastern University Press
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