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Books, articles, and speeches

On the Alt Right:
•   “The Origins and Politics of the Alt-Right.” Interview by Sasha Lilley. Against the Grain. KPFA radio. 6 February 2017.
•   “Ctrl-Alt-Delete: The Origins and Ideology of the Alternative Right.” Available online from Political Research Associates, January 2017; and as lead essay in the book Ctrl-Alt-Delete: An Antifascist Report on the Alternative Right from Kersplebedeb Publishing, forthcoming February 2017.”
•   “Matthew Lyons on the Insurgent Far-Right, Trump, and #DisruptJ20” (podcast). It’s Going Down, January 2017.
•   “Alt-right: more misogynistic than many neonazis.” Three Way Fight, December 2016.
•   “Calling them ‘alt-right’ helps us fight them.” Three Way Fight, November 2016.
•   “AlternativeRight.com: Paleoconservatism for the 21st Century.” Three Way Fight, September 2010.

Red Skies at Night article on far right anti-imperialism.” Three Way Fight, October 2016.

On Donald Trump and fascism:
•   “Making America Worse.” Three Way Fight, July 2016. This is the text of a talk I gave at the event “Trump, White Supremacy, Fascism? Building New Resistance Movements!” on June 25, 2016, in Brooklyn, New York. An unedited video of the whole event is available here. My talk starts at around 50:25.
•   “Trump: ‘anti-political’ or right wing?” Three Way Fight, March 2016.
•   “Fascist revolution doesn’t turn back the clock: a reply to Alexander Reid Ross on Trump.” Three Way Fight, January 2016.
•   “Trump’s impact: a fascist upsurge is just one of the dangers.”Three Way Fight, December 2015.
•   “On Trump, fascism, and stale social science.” Three Way Fight, October 2015.

Jack Donovan on men: a masculine tribalism for the far right.” Three Way Fight, November 2015.

Oath Keepers, Ferguson, and the Patriot movement’s conflicted race politics.” Three Way Fight, August 2015.

The LaRouche network’s Russia connection.” Three Way Fight, July 2015.

Dylann Roof’s white nationalism.” Three Way Fight, June 2015.

A few websites that monitor the Right.” Three Way Fight, May 2015.

Arier, Patriarchen, Übermenschen: Die extreme Rechte in den USA [Aryans, Patriarchs, Supermen: The far right in the USA]. Translated into German by Gabriel Kuhn. Münster, Germany: Unrast Verlag, March 2015.

Moscow conference draws fascists, neo-Confederates, U.S. leftists.” Three Way Fight, February 2015.

Mythologizing the Holocaust.” Three Way Fight, August 2014.

Anti-state politics on the far right.” Talk at A-Space Anarchist Community Center, Philadelphia, June 2014.

Reading ‘The Solstice’ — Kasama on right-wing mass movements.” Three Way Fight, June 2014.

Frazier Glenn Miller, Nazi violence, and the state.” Three Way Fight, May 2014.

On Ukraine, Three Way Fight, February-March 2014:
•   “U.S. fascists debate the conflict in Ukraine
•   “Who are Ukraine’s fascists?
•   “Ukraine’s upheaval: between fascists, neoliberals, and Kremlin tools

Beyond ‘I Have a Dream.’” History Matters for Kids, January 2014.

Harriet Tubman: Secret Agent by Thomas B. Allen (review).” History Matters for Kids, January 2014.

Review of Interface articles on the far right, Three Way Fight, December 2013-January 2014:
•   “Part one — Autonomous Nationalists
•   “Part two — ecology and localism

Christmas Truce of 1914.” History Matters for Kids, December 2013.

Greek fascism at a crossroads.” Three Way Fight, October 2013.

Philip Pullman as history teacher: the Sally Lockhart novels.” History Matters for Kids, June 2013.

Matthijs Krul on Nazi settler colonialism.” Three Way Fight, May 2013.

42: a movement about Jackie Robinson.” History Matters for Kids, April 2013.

Rosie the Riveter national park explores World War II home front history.” History Matters for Kids, April 2013.

Far rightists divided over Hugo Chávez.” Three Way Fight, March 2013.

The war curriculum.” History Matters for Kids, March 2013.

Rape, the state, and the far right in India.” Three Way Fight, February 2013.

Feds + Corporate America versus the Occupy movement.” Three Way Fight, January 2013.

Liberal counterinsurgency versus the paramilitary right.” Three Way Fight, November 2012.

On Golden Dawn (Greek neonazi party), Three Way Fight, October 2012:
•   “Golden Dawn’s fascist ideology
•   “Golden Dawn violence and police collaboration.”
•   “White nationalists praise Golden Dawn.”

Rightists woo the Occupy Wall Street movement.” Three Way Fight, November 2011.

ALEC: Tool of business interests, but which business interests?” Three Way Fight, October 2011.

Kathryn Joyce: A Feminist Who Reports on the Christian Right.” Three Way Fight, August 2011.

Anders Breivik, Mainstream Islamophobia, and the Far Right.” Three Way Fight, July 2011.

Right-Wing Movements 101.” Talk at a political study retreat in Monroe, N.Y., 5 June 2011.

Liberalism’s Limits: A review of Burghart and Zeskind’s Tea Party Nationalism.” Three Way Fight, May 2011.

Rising Above the Herd: Keith Preston’s Authoritarian Anti-Statism.” New Politics website, April 2011.

AlternativeRight.com: Paleoconservatism for the 21st Century.” Three Way Fight, September 2010.

Bringing the Elite to Jesus.” Review of The Family: The Secret Fundamentalism at the Heart of American Power, by Jeff Sharlet. New Politics 13, no. 1, Whole Number 49 (Summer 2010).

‘Bring on the bulldozers and let’s plant trees’: The Story of Labour Zionism.” Co-authored with Nava EtShalom. Upping the Anti no. 7 (October 2008).

Two Ways of Looking at Fascism.” Socialism and Democracy issue 47 (vol. 22, no. 2; July 2008): 121-156.

Hindu nationalism: an annotated bibliography of online resources.” June 2008 (links updated October 2014).

Is left anti-Zionism anti-Jewish?” Three Way Fight, November 2007.

Islamic fundamentalism and the three-way fight: an exchange.” Dialog with Bromma. Three Way Fight, October 2007.

Not Just a Smear Tactic.” Review of The Past Didn’t Go Anywhere: Making Resistance to Antisemitism Part of All of Our Movements, by April Rosenblum, Upping the Anti no. 5 (October 2007): 198-204. An unedited draft of this review under the original title, “Not Just a Right-Wing Smear Tactic,” is available on the JVoices blog.

Is the Bush Administration Fascist?,” New Politics 11, no. 2 (Winter 2007). Listen to a radio interview with me on the same topic: Interview by Sasha Lilley. Against the Grain. KPFA, 27 December 2006.

On Hezbollah and the 2006 Israel-Lebanon war, Three Way Fight, August-October 2006:
•   “Defending my enemy’s enemy
•   “Further thoughts on Hezbollah
•   “Right-wing anti-imperialists are not promoting feudalism: A reply to Michael Karadjis

Critiquing neocons and scapegoating Jews: An exchange with a ‘heartland Democrat.'” Three Way Fight, May 2006.

“Christian Rightists and Neocons: A 25-Year Alliance.” Panel presentation. Philadelphia Anti-War Forum, Philadelphia, Pa., 27 October 2005.

“Notes on Women and Right-Wing Movements,” Parts One and Two. Three Way Fight, September 2005.

Fragmented Nationalism: Right-Wing Responses to September 11 in Historical Context.” Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 127, no. 4 (October 2003): 377-418.
 Published by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania. Republished in Let Freedom Ring: A Collection of Documents from the Movements to Free Political Prisoners, ed. Matt Meyer. Oakland, Calif.: PM Press, 2008.

Homeland Security: Low-Intensity Conflict Targets Non-Citizens.” Public Eye 17, no. 1, (Spring 2003): 13-17. Published by Political Research Associates.

“Deportations Not Bombs.” Z Magazine 16, no. 1, (January 2003): 36-40.

“Parasites and Pioneers: Antisemitism in White Supremacist America.” In Sing, Whisper, Shout, Pray! Feminist Visions for a Just World, ed. M. Jacqui Alexander, Lisa Albrecht, Sharon Day and Mab Segrest. Berkeley, Calif.: EdgeWork Books, 2003.
 For an online excerpt from this essay, see “Why I oppose Zionism.”

“Why I oppose Zionism.” Excerpted from “Parasites and Pioneers: Antisemitism in White Supremacist America,” in Sing, Whisper, Shout, Pray! Feminist Visions for a Just World, ed. M. Jacqui Alexander, Lisa Albrecht, Sharon Day and Mab Segrest. Berkeley, Calif.: EdgeWork Books, 2003.

Review of Confronting Fascism: Discussion Documents for a Militant Movement, by Don Hamerquist, et al. Turning The Tide, December 2002.
 Turning The Tide is published by People Against Racist Terror.

Review of Suburban Warriors: The Origins of The New American Right, by Lisa McGirr. Pennsylvania Magazine of History and Biography 126, no. 2 (April 2002): 359-360.
 Published by the Historical Society of Pennsylvania.

Right-Wing Populism in America: Too Close for Comfort. Co-authored with Chip Berlet. New York: Guilford Press, 2000.
 Click here to see a sample chapter from this book.

“The Grassroots Movement in Germany, 1972-1985” In Nonviolent Social Movements: A Geographical Perspective, ed. Stephen Zunes, Lester R. Kurtz, and Sarah Beth Asher. Malden, Mass.: Blackwell Publishers, 1999.

“Business Conflict and Right-Wing Movements.” In Unraveling the Right: The New Conservatism in American Thought, ed. Amy E. Ansell. Boulder, Colo.: Westview Press, 1998.

Repression and Ideology: The Legacy of Discredited Centrist/Extremist Theory.” Co-authored with Chip Berlet. Original title: “One Key to Litigating Against Government Prosecution of Dissidents: Understanding the Underlying Assumptions.” Police Misconduct and Civil Rights Law Report 5, nos. 13-14 (Jan./Feb. and Mar./Apr. 1998).
Published by the National Lawyers Guild and West Group.

Review of Roads to Dominion: Right-Wing Movements and Political Power in the United States, by Sara Diamond. Z Magazine, February 1996, 61-63.

What is Fascism?: Some General Ideological Features.” In Eyes Right!: Challenging the Right Wing Backlash, ed. Chip Berlet. Boston, Mass.: South End Press and Political Research Associates, 1995.

“Militia Nation.” Co-authored with Chip Berlet. The Progressive, June 1995, 22-25.

“Where Does the Christian Right Get Its Politics From?” Speech to the annual meeting of the Broome County Coalition for Free Choice, Binghamton, N.Y., 12 February 1995.

Sex, Lies, and Co-Counseling.” Activist Men’s Journal, August 1993.

The Grassroots Network: Radical Nonviolence in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1972-1985. Ithaca, N.Y.: Cornell University Center For International Studies, 1988. 
Out of print. Copies are sometimes available through Abebooks.com.

Page last updated 23 January 2017.


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