Waves of Rancor: Tuning in the Radical Right

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Table of Contents
Forewordxi
Introductionxiii
Chapter 1: The Genesis of Bitter Air3
Historical and Legal Bases for Freedom of Speech on the Airwaves13
Early Waves of Rancor18
Appendices: Three White House Press Releases31
A. March 29, 1997 (radio address on racism)32
B. April 30, 1997 (on eliminating hate and racism)34
C. May 3, 1995 (the Antiterrorism Amendments Act of 1995) (from the "White House Virtual Library" Web site)35
Chapter 2: For Which They Stand37
The Right Ideas38
In the Name of What's Right42
Righteous Rationale45
A Call to Arms50
Left of Right is Right55
No Rightful Apology58
Historical Denials61
A Trinity in Likeness66
Appendices : 73
A. Active Hate Groups in the U.S. in 1997 (from Intelligence Report, Winter 1998)74
B. Direct Mail Solicitation from the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee80

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents vii
  • Foreword xi
  • Introduction xiii
  • Chapter 1 the Genesis of Bitter Air 3
  • Appendices to Chapter 1 31
  • Chapter 2 for Which They Stand 37
  • Appendices to Chapter 2 73
  • Chapter 3 Lions of the Arena 86
  • Appendices to Chapter 3 117
  • Chapter 4 but Carry a Big Stick 131
  • Appendices to Chapter 4 145
  • Chapter 5 Gott Mit Uns 153
  • Chapter 6 High-Stepping for Hitler 165
  • Appendix to Chapter 6 184
  • Chapter 7 in No One Do We Trust 186
  • Appendix to Chapter 7 211
  • Chapter 8 Up Close and Right 218
  • Chapter 9 Armed for the Right 240
  • Appendices to Chapter 9 253
  • Notes 279
  • Index 301
  • About the Authors 311
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