From slime mould to rhizome: an introduction to the groupuscular right

@article{Griffin2003FromSM,
  title={From slime mould to rhizome: an introduction to the groupuscular right},
  author={Roger Griffin},
  journal={Patterns of Prejudice},
  year={2003},
  volume={37},
  pages={27 - 50}
}
Conventional academic research into the legacy of inter-war fascism has generally neglected the myriad minuscule and often ephemeral formations of the extreme right that have sprung up since 1945, and has concentrated instead on abortive attempts to emulate the success of the Nazi and Fascist party-based mass movements, and more recently on non-revolutionary ‘neo-populist parties’. However, when examined closely, many of these formations can be observed to behave as fully developed, highly… Expand
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