Where Have All the Fascists Gone?
Ashgate Publishing, Ltd., 1 janv. 2007 - 232 pages
Chapters include: 'The ENR's Historical and Ideological Origins: The Right-Wing Roots', 'The ENR's Birth and Development in France: A New Right?', 'Ambiguities in the ENR Worldview', 'Interpreting the ENR' and 'The ENR's Relationship to the Extreme-Right and Neo-Fascism'.
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A New Right?
Opening to the Left
The ENR and the Legacy of May 1968 A Critical Turning Point
The Primacy of Metapolitics
Ambiguities in the ENR Worldview
Interpreting the ENR
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