Encyclopedia of Modern Worldwide Extremists and Extremist Groups

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Index
Page numbers for main entries in the encyclopedia are set in boldface type.
1st Amendment, 125, 280, 304
1st Infantry Division, 198
2nd Amendment, 204, 304
4th U.S. Cavalry, 110
5th Amendment, 34, 103, 276, 318
8th Circuit court of Appeals, 100
9th Circuit Court of Appeals, 151
14 Word Press, 168
14th Amendment, 297
16th Amendment, 155, 297
17th Amendment, 297
21st Century Science and Technology, 171
24th Infantry Division, 70, 258
101st Airborne Division, 53
174th Infantry, 198

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Abbey, Edward, xi, 89-90, 271 ;
idea of monkeywrenching, 209
Abortion, x, 27, 49, 130, 136, 190, 265, 268, 293-294, 299 ;
role of Anti-Abortion Movement, 13-14
Abortion providers, xiii, xvii, 14, 130, 268-269, 299
Abraham Lincoln High School (Brooklyn, NY), 151
Abu-Jamal, Mumia, 211
Abzug, Bella, 113
ACT UP (AIDS Coalition to Unleash Power),xiv, 1-2, 113, 115 ;
relationship with Queer Nation, 252
Action Française, 4
Acupuncture Association of Quebec, 275
Adams, Carol, 91
Adorno, Theodore, 80
Affirmative action, 320-321
Africa, 28, 211, 260
Africa, John, x, 211
Africa, Romona, 211
Agabu, Mmoja, 223
Aid and Abet Police Newsletter, 193
AIDS (Acquired Immune Deficiency), 36, 60, 113, 115, 171, 244, 252, 284 ;
campaign of ACT UP , 1-2
Ainsworth, Kathryn Madlyn “Kathy,ix, 3, 291, 292, 318 ;
relationship with Tarrants, Thomas Albert, 291-292
Ainsworth, Ralph, 3
AKIA (A Klansman I Am), 164
Alabama, viii, xiii, xviii, 36, 37, 80, 85, 108, 174, 216, 220, 276, 277, 291, 299, 302, 306, 321-322
Alabama Freedom March, 276
Alabama grand jury, 284
Alamo, 194
Alaska, 297, 323
Alberta, Canada, Court of Appeals, 156
Alberta Human Rights Commission, 180
Alcatraz, ix, x, 5
Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building, xvii, 157, 174, 196, 198, 227-228, 246, 297, 304 ;
bombing by McVeigh, Timothy James, 199
Algeria, 69
Ali, Noble Drew, 215
Allah, 213, 215
Allen, J. H., 62
Allen, Paul, 220
Allixco, Mexico, 176
Allred, Rulon, xii, 66, 176-177

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Encyclopedia of Modern Worldwide Extremists and Extremist Groups
Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Chronology of Events vii
  • Introduction xxi
  • A 1
  • B 26
  • C 57
  • D 80
  • E 89
  • F 96
  • G 110
  • H 123
  • I 137
  • J 142
  • K 149
  • L 166
  • M 184
  • N 215
  • O 230
  • P 238
  • Q 252
  • R 253
  • S 267
  • T 291
  • U 301
  • V 304
  • W 306
  • Y 326
  • Z 328
  • Selected Bibliography 331
  • Index 339
  • About the Author 375
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