Alain de Benoist's Anti-Americanism

  title={Alain de Benoist's Anti-Americanism},
  author={P. Gottfried},
  pages={127 - 133}
  • P. Gottfried
  • Published 21 December 1993
  • Political Science
  • Telos
Throughout the development or the French New Right as a intellectual movement, Alain de Benoist has exercised a remarkable degree of control. From its break with the Catholic nationalist Right (in the late 1960s) through its redefinition as a European national movement with a socio-biological focus to its more recent engagement on behalf of Third World as well as European communitarian identities, the New Right has been primarily the evolving creation of a single mind. Whether under pseudonyms… 
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