This book introduces readers to the personalities as well as the systems of rightist repression. It shows how radical right groups have made electoral headway in France, Germany, and Israel while increasingly making headlines in the United States, Great Britain, and other points East and West.
Table of Contents
0. Introduction Part One: Western Europe 1. The National Front in France: From Lunatic Fringe to Limited Respectability 2. The Three Waves of West German Right-Wing Extremism 3. The Changing Profile of the Italian Social Movement Part Two: Eastern Europe and Israel 4. Ethnochauvinism, Agrarian Populism, and Neofascism in Romania and the Balkans 5. Pamiat: Russian Right-Wing Radicalism 6. The Israeli Radical Right: History, Culture, and Politics Part Three: The Anglo-American Democracies 7. The Radical Right in Britain 8. The American Radical Right: Exit, Voice, and Violence 9. Conclusion: A New Lease on Life for the Radical Right?