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

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Index
Abbott, Jim, 256
Abern, Martin, 18
Abemathy, Thomas, 387
Abraham Lincoln Brigade, 39, 98, 100, 147
Acord, John, 212
ACRES, USA,330
Action Associates, 213
Ad-Art Agency, 241
Adams, Jim, 260
Adask, Alfred, 265
Adelson, Alan, 131, 136
ADL Bulletin,214
Adorno, Theodore W., 67, 87
Aho, James A., 67-68, 249, 342
Ainsworth, Kathy, 368
Aish Hatorah College for Jewish Studies, 302
al-Nosair, El Sayyid, 314
Alabama Knights of the Ku Klux Klan, 364
Alameda County Free Militia, 265
Aldrich, Thomas Bailey, 11
All Peoples Congress, 140, 154
Allen, Gary, 83, 191, 194
Allen, Karl, 330
Allen, Michael, 333-34
Almond, Gabriel, 71, 74-75, 77, 102
America First Committee, 30, 334-35
American Agricultural Movement, 256
American Association of Jurists, 295
American Business Consultants, 41
American Christian College, 183-84
American Civil Liberties Union, 26, 41, 168, 227, 230, 300, 332, 348, 357
American Coalition For Traditional Values, 199
American Committee for the Advancement of Western Culture, 326
American Committee for the Fourth International, 283
American Committee for the Protection of Foreign Born, 98
American Defense Society, 28
American Destiny Party, 30
American Family Association, 200
American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, 41
American Humanist,270
American Hunter, 390
American Independent party, 216
American Institute For Marxist Studies, 233
American Institute for Philanthropy, 256
American Jewish Committee, 39, 270, 374
American Justice Federation, 253
American Lancer, The,335
American League Against Communism, 275
American Legion, 28, 49
American Mercury, 211-13
American Nazi party, 153, 165, 223, 232, 291, 300, 327-29, 336-39, 356, 367, 418
American Opinion Speakers Bureau, 115
American Opinion,192, 211, 387, 414
American Party, 20
American Patriot, The,241
American Pistol Institute, 418
American Protective Association, 21
American Protective League, 28
American Rifleman,415
American White Nationalist party, 335-36
American Women Against Communism, 30
American Workers party, 108

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