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Intelligence Report
2001
Fall Issue
August 29, 2001

Quick statistics on far-right influence in each European country depict the state of extremism in Europe, 2001.

Intelligence Report
2001
Fall Issue
August 29, 2001

Much of white power music is bought and sold over the internet.

Intelligence Report
2001
Fall Issue
August 29, 2001

American neo-Nazis reach out to their European counterparts in an attempt to globalize the radical right.

Intelligence Report
2001
Fall Issue
August 29, 2001

American extremists are reaching out to their counterparts abroad, especially in Europe; editor Mark Potok examines this new spirit of cooperation in a historical context.

Intelligence Report
2001
Fall Issue
August 29, 2001

The development of postwar fascism in Europe and the United States is detailed in two important books, American Fuehrer and Free to Hate.

Intelligence Report
2001
Fall Issue
August 29, 2001

Escaped convict and anti-abortion zealot Clayton Lee Waagner says it isn't brains or luck that has helped him evade authorities, but divine intervention.

Intelligence Report
2001
Fall Issue
August 29, 2001

Former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke has used one group after another to try to portray his racism as nothing less than a principled stand in favor of oppressed white people.

Intelligence Report
2001
Fall Issue
August 29, 2001

La Voz de Aztlan, a tiny extremist Chicano group based out of Los Angeles, uses its website to push a message of anti-Semitism and homophobia.

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