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Aryan Nations
An overview of Aryan Nations (AN), an international anti-Semitic white supremacist group.
# 116803 | 1,612 words | 4 sources | MLA | 2009 | US
Published on Oct 22, 2009 in Sociology (General) , Criminology (General)

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This paper outlines the Aryan Nations (AN) movement and how it achieved international support. The paper looks at the competing factions of Aryan Nations and its many small, transitory subgroups. The paper relates that the organization has moved from mere ideology to murder and contends that AN is a pathetic movement that has spurned into a group representing abject hatred and crime. The paper predicts that regardless of who is at the helm, AN will continue to be an extremely dangerous group.

From the Paper:

"Aryan Nations (AN) is an international anti-Semitic white supremacist group. It was founded in the 1970 decade by Richard Girnt Butler as an arm of the Christian Identity group Church of Jesus Christ-Christian. That year marked the beginning of Butler's determined effort to reinvent his organization with a range of new tactics and ventures designed primarily to capitalize on the growing neo-Nazi Skinhead movement. Butler hosted an annual youth festival for Skinheads at his compound featuring bands playing white power music."

Sample of Sources Used:

  • Websource
  • Book Sources Levitas, Daniel. The Terrorist Next Door: The Militia Movement and the Radical Right. New York: Thomas Dunne Books, 2002.
  • Walters, Jerome. One Aryan Nation Under God: How Religious Extremists Use the Bible to Justify Their Actions. Sourcebooks: Naperville, 2001.
  • Periodical SourcesAryan Nation leader reaches out to al Qaeda By Henry Schuster, periodicals, March 29, 2005.Deborah E. Lipstadt, Aryan Nation, N.Y. Times, April 20, 1998.

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