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A Guardian Best Book Of The Year A Gripping Study Of White Power Explosive New York Times Helps Explain How We Got To Today S Alt Right Terry Gross, Fresh AirThe White Power Movement In America Wants A RevolutionReturning To A Country Ripped Apart By A War They Felt They Were Not Allowed To Win, A Small Group Of Vietnam Veterans And Disgruntled Civilians Who Shared Their Virulent Anti Communism And Potent Sense Of Betrayal Concluded That Waging War On Their Own Country Was Justified The Command Structure Of Their Covert Movement Gave Women A Prominent Place They Operated With Discipline, Made Tragic Headlines In Waco, Ruby Ridge, And Oklahoma City, And Are Resurgent Under President Trump Based On A Decade Of Deep Immersion In Previously Classified FBI Files And On Extensive Interviews, Bring The War Home Tells The Story Of American Paramilitarism And The Birth Of The Alt Right A Much Needed And Troubling Revelation The Power Of Belew S Book Comes, In Part, From The Fact That It Reveals A Story About White Racist Violence That We Should All Already Know The Nation Fascinating Shows How Hatred Of The Federal Government, Fears Of Communism, And Racism All Combined In White Power Ideology And Explains Why Our Responses To The Movement Have Long Been Woefully Inadequate Slate Superbly Comprehensive Supplants All Journalistic Accounts Of America S Resurgent White Supremacism Pankaj Mishra, The Guardian Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America

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2 thoughts on “Bring the War Home: The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America

  1. Dr. Frank M. Howell Dr. Frank M. Howell says:

    This book is sound, powerful and important scholarship I say that as an editor for a major scientific publisher who reads many manuscripts for work but also for pleasure A very well crafted story is offered by this author who spent years researching the sources and living in proximity to key ones It narrates an important but mostly unconsidered cause of much of today s headlines in these United States.The public at large would not tr

  2. Carlos B. Gil Carlos B. Gil says:

    The White Power Movement, a decidedly racist amalgam of men, remains alive and well, according to this scholarly work, but its threat to the nation and to the average American is not entirely clear.The author, a university professor, helps us understand some basic landmarks in the evolution of the WPM First are the connections between the Klu Klux Klan and the WPM in the years around World War II and their hellish campaign against Black

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