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Reactionary Movements: Neo-Nazism
An examination of the neo-Nazi movement in the U.S. and its relevance today.
# 124935 | 2,000 words | 7 sources | APA | 2008 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2008 in Sociology (General)

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This paper examines a revolutionary or reactionary movement within the United States; specifically the neo-Nazi movement. It briefly describes the movement and how it started, the key figures in its mission and whether or not any or all of its goals are accomplished. It examines the neo-Nazi movement from the perspective of mainstream America and offers personal insights by the author of the the neo-Nazi movement and its relevance in 21st-century America.

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"According to a document published online by Wikipedia, the Free Encyclopedia, the American Nazi Party is a reactionary or revolutionary movement group which was formed on March ... by George Lincoln Rockwell. Rockwell's goal involved reviving the popularity of Nazism in the United States and in particular, those aspects of the National Socialist ideology that has been linked historically to racial and ethnic purity and the segregation of races. Another of Mr Rockwell's goals is to become governor of Virginia by ... and to be elected president of the..."

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