First Published in 2000. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Martin A. Lee is the co-author, with Norman Soloman, of Unreliable Sources: A Guide to Detecting Bias In News Media and the author of Acid Dreams: The CIA, LSD and the Sixties Rebellion. Interviewed as an expert on terrorism, espionage, and media issues, Lee has been a guest on CBS's 48 Hours, CNN's International Hour, CNBC, MSNBC, and NPR's Fresh Air. His articles have been published in numerous outlets including Los Angeles Times, Rolling Stone, Miami Herald, The Nation, Village Voice, Christian Science Monitor, San Francisco Chronicle, Baltimore Sun, Mother Jones, and Spin.
"A vivid survey of fascist resurgence." -- New York Times Book Review
"An important book. . . The best-documented account of the fluctuating fortunes of the far-right in Europe and America in the late 20th century." -- Conor Cruise O'Brien
"Lee delineates more thoroughly than any previous writer the complex connections between survivor Nazi organizations and postwar neofascist movements in Europe and the United States. A well-documented and much-needed warning." -- Daniel L. Wick, San Francisco Chronicle
"In this powerful work of research and discovery, Martin A. Lee reveals more of the beast and its origins than has ever been seen before." -- Andrei Codrescu
"Lee provides a lively, journalistic account of those who seek the revival of the Fascist and Nazi dictatorships." -- Choice
"This compelling, intelligent investigation, which reads more like a thriller than a history lesson, contributes much toward understanding the politics of hatred." -- Publishers Weekly