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West Point report on far right

West Point report on far right

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Published by Chad Whitehead
Says the far right is dangerous and they commit crimes and terrorism
Says the far right is dangerous and they commit crimes and terrorism

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Published by: Chad Whitehead on Jan 22, 2013
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Challengers from the Sidelines
Understanding America’s Violent Far-Right 
 Arie Perliger 
‘Field of Empty Chairs’ is part of the Oklahoma City National Memorial which commemorates the victims killed in the 1995 attack on the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building 
 
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Challengers from the Sidelines
Understanding
America’s
Violent Far-Right
Arie Perliger
THE COMBATING TERRORISM CENTER AT WEST POINT
November 2012
The views expressed in this report are
the author’s and do not necessarily reflect those of the Combating
 Terrorism Center, U.S. Military Academy, Department of Defense or U.S. government.
 
 
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UTHOR’S A
CKNOWLEDGMENTS
It is a pleasure to thank those with whom I have had the privilege to discuss the nature of the violent American far-right, and learn from their feedback. Most importantly, this project could not have been completed without the support of the Combating Terrorism Center and Department of Social Sciences at West Point. I owe a great debt to those colleagues who spent considerable time and efforts reading and commenting on drafts of this study, their critical assessment was invaluable. My gratitude to the external readers Eitan Alimi and Leonard Weinberg who provided constructive feedback. I am also grateful to the internal reviews provided by my colleagues Liam Collins, Gabriel Koehler-Derrick and Nelly Lahoud. My immense gratitude also to my research assistant, Limor Yungman, whose help with building the Far-Right attacks dataset was critical to this project. I have also benefited from my conversations with Jon Brickey, Ami Pedahzur, Bruce Hoffman, Cindy Jebb, Michael Meese, Assaf Moghadam, Reid Sawyer and Bryan Price.
Last, but not least, I’m thankful to Andrew Watts for his meti
culous copyediting. Arie Perliger West Point, New York November 2012

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