Merkl, Peter H., and Leonard Weinberg, eds. The revival of right wing extremism in the nineties. Routledge, 2014.
Most studies of the radical right concentrate on movements in a single country, neglecting to some extent the international dimensions of right-wing extremism. Here, Merkl and Weinberg adopt a comparative perspective, concentrating on the revival of the right across a variety of countries.
Table of contents
- Chapter 1 Why are they So Strong Now? Comparative Reflections on the Revival of the Radical Right in Europe
- Chapter 2 The Extreme Right in Europe: A Survey
- Chapter 3 The New Right in France and Germany. Nouvelle Droite, Neue Rechte, and the New Right Radical Parties
- Chapter 4 The New Extreme Right-Wingers in Western Europe: Attitudes, World Views and Social Characteristics
- Chapter 5 The Extreme-Right Political Movements in Post-Communist Central Europe
- Chapter 6 Post-Communist Right Radicalism in Romania
- Chapter 7 The Radical Right in Post-Communist Russian Politics
- Chapter 8 Radical Right Parties and Civic Groups in Belarus and the Ukraine
- Chapter 9 The American Radical Right in Comparative Perspective
- Chapter 10 The Quiet Dog: The Extreme Right and the South African Transition