Confronting Right Wing Extremism and Terrorism in the USA

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Index

a
affirmative action 10
Afghan Mujihadeen7
Al-Qaeda 194
American interest group structure 11 , 13 - 15 ;
non-governmental organizations (NGOs) 14 ;
Protestantism 13 ;
volunteerism 13
American Jewish Committee (AJC) 8 , 12 , 18 - 19 ;
dynamic silence 18 - 19 ;
finances 19 , 191 ;
government authorities 18
American Nazi Party 16 , 19 , 43 , 67 -8, 113
American Protective Association (APA) 42
American Renaissance 55 - 80 , 60 , 204 ;
civil liberties implications 192 -3;
race 55 -8
anti-abortion groups 1
Anti-Defamation League (ADL) 8 , 10 - 11 , 15 - 18 , 60 , 89 ;
American Nazi Party 16 ;
anti-Semitism 10 ;
Christian National Party 16 ;
finances 16 , 191 ;
HateFilter 180 ;
intelligence sharing 181 -6;
John Birch Society 16 - 17 , 45 ;
Liberty Lobby 17 ;
National Alliance 17 ;
San Francisco Spy Scandal 183 -6;
Second Era Ku Klux Klan 132 ;
September 11 2001 204 ;
training/educational programs 180 -1;
US Dept Justice 15 ;
Y2K Paranoia 155
anti-democracy 5
anti-globalists 127
Anti-Masonic Party 40 -1, 44
anti-paramilitary training statutes 171 -2
Anti-Racist Action (ARA) 8 , 11 - 12 , 35 -8;
finances 37
anti-Semitism 6 , 10 , 198
anti-statism 6
anti-Zionism 198 - 202
Aryan Nations 50 , 66 , 98 , 104 ;
civil suit 177 -8;
internet 179 ;
September 11 2001 205
Aryan Republican Army 112
Atwater, Lee 71

b
bacteriological warfare 126 -7
Barr, Bob 53
Barry, Steven 161 -2;
leaderless resistance 120 -1
Baum, Gordon Lee 53 , 55
Baumhammers, Richard Scott 75 , 106 , 119
Beach, Henry L. 46
Beam, Louis 115 -16, 144 -5, 171 -2;
phantom cell model 115 -16
Belgium:
Vlams Blok 5
Bellant, Russ 30
Bennett, David 41
Berlet, Chip 3 - 4 , 27 - 30
Black, Don:
Stormfront 179
Blodgett, Todd 71
Bo Gritz:
September 11 2001 205
Bond, Julian 22
Brady Bill 44 , 47
Branch Davidians 107 , 147 -9, 192
Brandenburg v. Ohio163 -4
British National Party:
September 11 2001 206
Brookings, Clifford 50 -1
Brown Scare 129 , 133 -7;
German American Bund 133 -4;
Great Sedition Trial 1944 135 -7
Brown v. Topeka Board of Education137
Brüder Schweigen Strike Force II 32 , 103
Bryant v. Zimmermann132
Buchanan, Pat 33
Butler, Richard 30 , 66

c
Caldera, Louis:
Policy on Extremist Activities 160
Cameron, William 64
Carlson, John Roy:
Under Cover135 -6, 186
Carto, Willis 17 , 67 -8, 81 -5;
Center for Historical Review 87 ;

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Tables viii
  • Series Editors' Preface ix
  • Acknowledgements xiii
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - Who Are the Watchdogs? 10
  • 3 - Overview of the Contemporary American Far Right 39
  • 4 - The Far Right and Terrorism 93
  • 5 - The Us Government's Response to Right-Wing Extremism 129
  • 6 - The Watchdogs' Response to the Far Right 171
  • 7 - Conclusion 190
  • Notes 207
  • Bibliography 260
  • Index 277
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