Nazis, Communists, Klansmen, and Others on the Fringe: Political Extremism in America

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Index
Abel, Elie, 439
Abern, Martin, 114
Abernathy, Thomas, 419
Abraham Lincoln Brigade, 165
Acord, John, 256
ACRES, USA, 358
ACT-UP, 130
Action Associates, 257
Ad-Art Agency, 295
Addison, C. C., 300-301
Adelson, Alan, 149, 154
Adorno, Theodor W., 73, 93
AFTRA, 41
Aho, James A., 73-74, 370-371
Ainsworth, Kathy, 400
Alabama Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, 396
Albania Study Group, 195
Alert Americans Association, 264
Alexander, Paul, 239
All Peoples Congress, 158, 172
All-African Peoples Revolutionary Party, 192-193
Allen, Gary, 89, 219, 222
Allen, Karl, 358
Allen, Michael, 361-362
Almond, Gabriel, 77, 80-82, 108
America First Committee, 30, 362-363
American Anti-Slavery Society, 22
American Bar Association, 216
American Business Consultants, 41
American Christian College, 201, 211
American Civil Liberties Union, 26, 41, 189, 237, 259, 280, 283, 329, 360, 376-3779 385
American Coalition for Traditional Values, 243
American Committee for the Advancement of Western Culture, 354
American Committee for the Fourth International, 312
American Committee for the Protection of Foreign Born, 104
American Communist Workers Movement, 196
American Council of Christian Churches, 236
American Defense Society, 28
American Destiny Party, 30
American Family Association, 244
American Federation of Labor, 25
American Independent Party, 260
American Indian Movement, 136
American Institute for Marxist Studies, 286
American Jewish Committee, 39, 268, 406
American Labor Party, 125
American League Against Communism, 304
American Legion, 28, 44, 49, 223, 237
American Military Intelligence, 307-308
American Nazi Party, 171, 276, 285, 302, 320, 329, 354, 358-359, 365-366, 384, 399, 450
American Opinion Speaker's Bureau, 222
American Party, 19-20
American Protective Association, 21, 29
American Protective League, 28
American Student Union, 143
American White Nationalist Party, 363-364
American White People's Party, 169
American Women Against Communism, 30
American Workers Party, 114
American Youth for Democracy, 106, 353
American-Arab Anti-Discrimination Committee, 334, 337, 341
Americans for Constitutional Action, 230

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