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Background and the Present

A Bibliography

prepared by Friedom Research 

for Political Research Associates

Summer, 1992

Copyright 1992, PRA. Electronic network posting of unmodified
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I. Background

Aryan Myth: A History of Racist and Nationalist Ideas in Europe 
by Leon Poliakov.  (NY: Basic Books, 1974).

Black Migrants; White Natives: A Study of Race Relations in 
Nottingham by Daniel Lawrence.  (London, England: Cambridge 
University Press, 1974).

Born Guilty: Children of Nazi Families by Jean Steinberg and 
Peter Sichrovsky.  (NY: Basic Books, 1988).

The European Right: A Historical Profile by Hans Rogger and 
Joseph Weber.  (Berkeley, Calif.: University of California Press, 

Fascism as a Mass Movement by Mihaly Vajda.  (NY: St. Martin's 
Press, 1976).

Fascism in Britain: A History, 1918-1985 by Richard Thurlow. 
(Cambridge, Mass.: Basil Blackwell, 1986).

Fascists and Conservatives: The Radical Right and the 
Establishment in Twentieth Century Europe by Martin Blinkhorn.  
(London, England: Allen & Unwin, 1991).

Holocaust and the Neo-Nazi Mythomania by Joseph Billig, Georges 
Wellers, and Serge Klarsfeld.  (NY: The Beate Klarsfeld 
Foundation, 1978).

Immigrant Labor and Racial Conflict in Industrial Societies: The 
French and British Experience, 1945-1975 by Gary P. Freeman.  
(Princeton, N.J.: Princeton University Press, 1979).

The National Front by Nigel Fielding.  (London, England: 
Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1981).

The National Front in English Politics by Stan Taylor.  (London, 
England: MacMillan; NY: Holmes & Meier, 1982).

Nationalism, Ethnocentrism, and Personality: Social Science and 
Critical Theory by Hugh D. Forbes.  (Chicago, Ill.: University of 
Chicago Press, 1985).

Racial Exclusion and the City: The Urban Support of the National 
Front by Christopher T. Husbands.  (London, England: Allen & 
Unwin, 1983).

Right-Wing Terrorism in Europe by Bruce Hoffman.  (Santa Monica, 
Calif.: Rand Corporation, 1982).

The Social Basis of European Fascist Movements, by Detlef 
Muhlberger, editor.  (London, England: Croom Helm; NY: Methuen, 
1987).  Essays on postwar support for fascist movements in 
Germany, the United Kingdom, Scandinavia, Germany, France, 
Austria, Belgium, Netherlands, Spain, Portugal, and Eastern 

Voegelin On the Idea of Race: An Analysis of Modern European 

Racism by Thomas W. Heilke.  (Baton Rouge, Louisiana: Louisiana 
State University Press, 1990).

II.  Contemporary Neofascism

A.  Books

Antisemitism and the Right in France by Zeev Sternhell.  
(Jerusalem, Israel: Shazar Library, Vidal Sassoon International 
Center for the Study of Antisemitism, The Hebrew University of 
Jerusalem, 1988).

Is God a Racist?: The Right Wing in Canada by Stanley R. Barrett.  
(Toronto, Ont.: University of Toronto Press, 1987).

The Nazi Legacy: Right-Wing Extremism in Postwar Germany by Rand 
C. Lewis.  (NY: Praeger, 1991).

The Neo-Nazis: The Threat of the Hitler Cult by Jerry Bornstein. 
(Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Julian Messner, 1987).

Neither Right Nor Left: Fascist Ideology in France by Zeev 
Sternhell.  (Jerusalem, Israel: Shazar Library, Vidal Sassoon 
International Center for the Study of Antisemitism, The Hebrew 
University of Jerusalem, 1986).

Right-Wing Political Currents in Our Time: A Latin American 
Viewpoint by Cristian Buchrucker.  (Amherst, Mass.: University of 
Massachusetts, Latin American Studies Program, Paper #26, 1990).

B.  Articles.

"Right Turn," by Peter Jensen, in NEW STATESMAN & SOCIETY, June 
30, 1989, p. 13.  Neo-fascism in West Germany by political 
groups, racist groups, and youth groups.

"The Political Geography of Belgian Fascism: The Case of Rexism," 
by William Brustein, in AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW, February, 
1988, p. 69+.

"No Immigrants Need Apply," by David Lawday, in U.S. NEWS & WORLD 
REPORTS, Dec. 9, 1991, p. 46+.  Multi-country survey.

"Coming Into the Open: Neo-Fascism Hot and Cool," by Eliahu 
Salpeter, in THE NEW LEADER, Dec. 1, 1980, p. 5+.

"The Rise of the New-Right Terrorists: Violence Spawns Suspicions 
of a Fascist Internationale," by Graham Clark, in WORLD PRESS 
REVIEW, Dec., 1980, p. 37+.

"Are the Times Right?: Economic Problems and Social Tension," by 
Paul Wilkinson, in WORLD PRESS REVIEW, Dec., 1980, p. 42.  Are 
the times right for a new growth of fascism brought on by times 
that are parallel to those that spawned the Nazis?

"Anatomy of a Movement: An Interlocking Underground Pushes Toward 
the Surface," in WORLD PRESS REVIEW, Dec., 1980, p. 38+.

"The 'Black International', Eurofascism - The Wave of the Past," 
by Christopher Hitchens, in THE NATION, Nov. 29, 1980, p. 567+.

"A Wave of Neo-Nazi Terror," in NEWSWEEK, Oct. 13, 1980, p. 71.

"Fascism in France and the Strange Case of the Croix de Feu," by 

William D. Irvine, in THE JOURNAL OF MODERN HISTORY, June, 1991, 
p. 271+.

"French Fascism, Both Right and Left: Reflections on the 
Sternhell Controversy," by Robert Wohl, in THE JOURNAL OF MODERN 
HISTORY, March, 1991, p. 91+.

"Bernanos, Drumont and the Rise of French Fascism," by John 
Hellman, in THE REVIEW OF POLITICS, Summer, 1990, p. 441+.

"The Resistible Rise of Jean-Marie Le Pen," by Daniel Singer, in 
THE NATION, Sept. 7, 1985, p. 172+.

"French Anti-Semitism: Exceptional Events?," by Linda M. Delloff, 
in THE CHRISTIAN CENTURY, Oct. 22, 1980, p. 997.  Protest against 
the bombing of a synagogue.

"Neo-Nazi Menace: Germans Try to Stem Right-Wing Attacks Against 
Foreigners; But Fears of Immigrant Influx Win the Skinhead Youths 
Significant Public Backing; Police Raid Homes in 32 Cities," by 
Frederick Kempe, in THE WALL STREET JOURNAL, Dec. 4, 1991, p. 

"Behind the German Neo-Nazi Phenomenon," by Joyce M. Mushaben, in 

"The Neo-Nazis: How Quickly They Remember," by Stephen Kinzer, in 
THE NEW YORK TIMES, Nov 17, 1991, p. E1.

"The Fires of Hatred," by Daniel Benjamin, in TIME MAGAZINE, Oct. 
14, 1991, p. 37.  Attacks launched against foreigners of color by 
Germany neo-Nazis.

"The Violent Rise of Hitler's New Youth: Neo-Nazis Gain From 
Disillusionment in the East," in WORLD PRESS REVIEW, Aug., 1991, 
p. 22.

"The Dark Side of the Wall," by Paul Hockenos, in NEW STATESMAN & 
SOCIETY, Jan. 12, 1990, p. 16.  Neo-Fascism in East Germany.

"Blitzkrieg by the Ultra-Right: Protest Votes Give Xenophobic 
Extremists a Strong Showing," by Jill Smolowe, in TIME MAGAZINE, 
Feb. 13, 1989, p. 47.  West German neo-Nazi groups in election.

"The Myth of Fairness: Racial Violence in Britain," by Colin 
Holmes, in HISTORY TODAY, Oct., 1985, p.41.  The historical roots 
of contemporary anti-immigrant feeling.

"Evil of Banality," editorial in, THE NATION, June 21, 1986, p. 
843+.  On Kurt Valdheim's victory in Austria's presidential 

"Romania a Year Later: The Winter of Our Discontent," by Paul 
Hockenos, in THE NATION, Jan. 7, 1991, p. 14+.

"Anarchy in the Ukraine," by Tom Roberts, in NEW STATESMAN & 
SOCIETY, Nov. 15, 1991, p. 16.

"Spain Curbs Nazi Group," in THE NEW YORK TIMES, Nov. 17, 1991, 
p. 3.

"Swastikas in Spain," by Ruth MacKay, in THE PROGRESSIVE, July, 
1981, p. 14+.

"Worried That a Sleeping Ogre Could Awaken," by Paul Bendelow, in 
TIMES EDUCATIONAL SUPPLEMENT, Aug. 3, 1990, p. 9.  On German 

youth turning to right-wing extremism.

"Mussolini's Sons, Hitler's Nephews: 'Bad Seeds' of Europe's 
Bourgeoisie," by Claudio S. Fioretti, in WORLD PRESS REVIEW, 
Dec., 1980, p. 40+.

"Klan Capitalizing on German Tensions: American Organizes Burning 
of a Cross Near Berlin," by Stephen Kinzer, in THE NEW YORK 
TIMES, Nov. 3, 1991, Sec. 1, p. 4+.  Oklahoma KKK member Dennis 
Mahon travels to Germany.

"The Growing Danger of Hate Groups," by Mary Cooper, in EDITORIAL 
RESEARCH REPORTS, May 12, 1989, p. 262.  On American and European 
hate groups, e.g. White Aryan Resistance.

"Killers on the Right: Inside Europe's Fascist Underground," by 
Martin A. Lee and Kevin Coogan, in MOTHER JONES MAGAZINE, May, 
1987, p. 40+.

"Two Arrested in Austria are Called Neo-Nazis," in THE NEW YORK 
TIMES, Jan. 19, 1992, Sec. 1, p. 4.  Two members of the "Defense 
Sport Club Trenck" were arrested for planning to overthrow the 
Austrian government.

"Skinhead Mayhem," in TIME MAGAZINE, Nov. 28, 1988, p. 29.

"Nazi Software: The Ultimate Virus," in NEWSWEEK MAGAZINE, Jan. 
23, 1989, p. 32.  Fascism computer games.

"Skinhead Nation," by Jeff Coplon, in ROLLING STONE MAGAZINE, 
Dec. 1, 1988, p. 54+.  Mostly about U.S. skinheads.


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