Woodbridge, Steven (2011) Ambivalent admiration? The response of other extreme-right groups to the rise of the BNP. In: Copsey, Nigel and Macklin, Graham, (eds.) British National Party: Contemporary Perspectives. Abingdon, U.K. : Routledge. pp. 101-122. ISBN 9780415483834Full text not available from this archive.
This chapter is an exploration of what 'traditional' fascists and other British extreme-right ideologues and activists have said in their propagandistic publications about both the rise and changing nature of the British National Party (BNP). The discussion provides brief analysis of three ideological variants of the non-BNP extreme right in the UK: the Mosleyites, described in the chapter as the 'originals'; the National Front, who still see themselves as the main 'rivals'; and those who may be termed the 'racial nationalists', a diverse and shifting alliance of 'disaffected' activists who remain firmly committed to a more hard-line version of extreme-right racial philosophy.
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|Faculty, School or Research Centre:||Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences > School of Social Science (until November 2012)|
|Depositing User:||Steven Woodbridge|
|Date Deposited:||30 Jun 2011 15:21|
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