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Fascism Revisited or Millennial Eurosceptic Populism? Analysis and Rationale for a New Political Movement in the 21st Century

@inproceedings{Ramswell2016FascismRO,
  title={Fascism Revisited or Millennial Eurosceptic Populism? Analysis and Rationale for a New Political Movement in the 21st Century},
  author={Prebble Q. Ramswell},
  year={2016}
}
.........................................................................................ii ACKNOWLEDGMENTS...........................................................................iii DEDICATION.......................................................................................iv LIST OF TABLES...................................................................................vii LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS......................................................................vii CHAPTER 
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Europe Rising (Again): A Comparative Study of the Dynamics and Types of Modern European Nationalisms, 1989-2018
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