Interregnum or endgame? The radical right in the ‘post-fascist’ era

@article{Griffin2000InterregnumOE,
  title={Interregnum or endgame? The radical right in the ‘post-fascist’ era},
  author={Roger Griffin},
  journal={Journal of Political Ideologies},
  year={2000},
  volume={5},
  pages={163 - 178}
}
  • R. Griffin
  • Published 1 June 2000
  • Sociology
  • Journal of Political Ideologies
This article focuses on the two most significant forms taken by ideological mutations of the fascist species of radical right in the hostile climate of post-war Europe: internationalization (Eurofascism, Universal Nazism, Third Positionism), and metapoliticization (Revisionism, the New Right, cyberfascism). It goes on to argue that the 'democratic fascism' of some political parties is emblematic of the extreme marginalization of revolutionary nationalism, and that the most potent species of… 
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