American Extremists: Militias, Supremacists, Klansmen, Communists & Others

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71.
John A. Stormer, None Dare Call It Treason: Twenty-five Years Later ( Florissant, Mo.: Liberty Bell Press, 1990).
72.
Gary Allen, None Dare Call It Conspiracy ( Rossmoor, Calif.: Concord Press, 1972).
73.
Johnson, 135.
74.
Johnson, 15.
75.
Johnson, 11 - 12.
76.
David Brion Davis, "The Fear of Conspiracy: Images of Un-American Subversion from the Revolution to the Present" ( Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Press, 1971).
77.
Davis, 276-77, quoting from Earl Browder, "Report of the Tenth National Convention of the Communist Party of the U.S.A., on Behalf of the Central Committee" ( 1938), 7-8.
78.
Richard 0. Curry and Thomas M. Brown, "Conspiracy: The Fear of Subversion in American History" ( New York: Holt, Rinehart, 1972).
79.
Curry and Brown, 101, quoting from Richard Hofstadter, The Age of Reform ( New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1955).
80.
Hoffer, The True Believer, 99.
81.
Toch, "The Social Psychology of Social Movements", 52.
82.
David Spitz, "Power and Personality: The Appeal to the 'Right Man'in Democratic States," American Political Science Review 52 ( 1958).
83.
Spitz.
84.
J. Allen Broyles, "The John Birch Society: Anatomy of a Protest" ( Boston: Beacon Press, 1964), 176.
85.
Broyles, 151-53.
86.
John J. Ray, "Half of All Racists are Left Wing," Political Psychology 5 (no. 2, 1984).
87.
Orrin Klapp, "Collective Search for Identity" ( New York: Holt, Rinehart, 1969), 274.
88.
Klapp, 296-97.
89.
Eric Hoffer, The Passionate State of Mind ( New York: Harper & Row, 1954), 43.
90.
Eric Hoffer, The Ordeal of Change ( New York: Harper & Row, 1963), 5.
91.
Laird Wilcox, oral presentation before the Kansas City Association for Holistic Health ( Kansas City, Mo.: February 15, 1984).
92.
Michael B. Binford, "The Democratic Political Personality: Functions of Attitudes and Styles of Reasoning," Political Psychology 4(4): 669 ( December 1983).
93.
Binford, 668-69.
94.
Binford, 673.
95.
L. Berkowitz and K. Lutterman, "The Traditionally Socially Responsible Personality," Public Opinion Quarterly 32: 169-85 ( 1968-69).
96.
Binford, 673.
97.
Binford, 675.
98.
Binford, 674.
99.
Binford, 676.
100.
Binford, 676.
101.
Binford, 677.
102.
Binford, 678.
103.
Binford, 678.

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