The Color of Fascism: Lawrence Dennis, Racial Passing, and the Rise of Right-Wing Extremism in the United States

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Index
Adams, Brook, xv
African Americans and fascism, 176
African slave trade, xx, 106
America First: chairman, 99; LD and, 69, 86, 87, 88, 104; Wood and, 99, 104
America Institute (Berlin), 72
American Civil Liberties Union, 121, 144
American Fascist Party, 111
American Federation of Labor, 66
American Fellowship Forum, 69
American Labor Party, 150–151
American Mercury (journal), 55, 61
American Political Science Association, 157
Anglo-Saxon clubs, 6
Anthony, Birdie, 26
Anti-Semitism: Carto and, xiii; fascism, 96–97; LD and, xix–xx, 72, 109–110, 147; LD on, 64
The Appeal to Reason (newsletter): Barton and, 157; Bone and, 158; Dirksen and, 158; Dulles, 158; Holt, 158; Hoover (Herbert), 158; Pinchot and, 158; Smith (Truman), 158; subscribers, 157–158, 158; Tinkham, 158; title, 158; Wheeler and, 158; Wood and, 158
Arbenz Guzmán, Jacobo, xvi
Arendt, Hannah, xx
Armenians, “whiteness” of, 9
Asian Indians, “whiteness” of, 9
Ataturk, Kemal, 150
Atlanta: LD and, 20, 22; racism in, 21
Auhagen, Friedrich Ernest Ferdinand, 69, 102
The Awakener (journal), 47
Baerwald, Frederick D., 105
Baldwin, Roger: American Civil Liberties Union, 121; Barnes and, 138; LD and, 121, 135, 143–144; sedition trial of LD, 135, 137–138, 140, 141
Ball, Joseph H., 86
Bandung conference of developing nations (1955), 172–173, 174
Barnes, Harry Elmer: Baldwin and, 138; Blodgett and, 142–143; on “Dumbrightists,” 165; on LD, 138–139; LD and, 105, 123, 138, 143, 149, 156–157, 159; LD on, 156; on sedition trial of LD, 123, 138–139
Barton, Bruce, 157, 161
Beard, Charles, 105
Berle, Adolph, 61, 66
Bernadotte, Count Folke, 147–148
Bilbo, Theodore Gilmore, 141
Birth of a Nation (film), 3

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Preface vii
  • Introduction - More Than Passing Strange 1
  • 1: Passing Fancy? 17
  • 2: Passing Through 31
  • 3: Fascism 44
  • 4: The Face—of Fascism 59
  • 5: Fascism and Betrayal 71
  • 6: Approaching Disaster 85
  • 7: Framing a Guilty Man? 98
  • 8: Fascism on Trial 112
  • 9: A Trial on Trial 126
  • 10: After the Fall 140
  • 11: An Isolationist Isolated? 156
  • 12: Passing On 171
  • Notes 179
  • Index 209
  • About the Author 229
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