Homeland Fascism: Corporatist Government in the New American Century

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It can't happen here..

This has been the prevailing sentiment about the possible emergence of fascism in the United States since the rise of international fascism in the 1930s.
Yet there are signs that it may already be happening, and at the highest levels of government...

In their copiously researched and documented work the Schwendingers outline the structural transformations, policies, and practices that raise the prospect of fascist governance in the 21st Century US. They show that a homeland fascism has significant supports within the framework of American liberal democracy. This is an important analysis in a context in which concerns about fascist demagoguery and far right mobilization appear to be growing in the US and beyond.

Homeland Fascism: Corporatist Government in the New American Century

by Herman & Julia Schwendinger
with a forward from Jeff Shantz
Release Date: June 23, 2016
ISBN: 0692715169
ISBN-13: 9780692715161
Pages: 721 | Paperback: 8.5" X 5.5"

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About the Authors...

New Developments in Anarchist Studies

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Announcing a new book from Thought | Crimes:

With papers from the 5th Conference of the North American Anarchist Studies Network {La Red Norteamericana de Estudios Anarquistas / Le Réseau Nord-Américain d'études Anarchistes} 

Anarchism is experiencing a remarkable resurgence in the new millenium. Not only active in the streets across Turtle Island, growing interest in anarchist scholarship is perhaps unprecedented. This is reflected in the development of the North American Anarchist Studies Network (NAASN). Drawn from papers presented at the fifth NAASN conference in Surrey (on Coast Salish Territories), this collection shows the vitality of contemporary anarchist research and writing.

[Compiled & edited by PJ Lilley & Jeff Shantz. 390 pages.  With many contributors, see below... ]

ISBN-13: 978-0988234093 | ISBN-10: 0988234092

The Spectacle of the False Flag: Parapolitics from JFK to Watergate

"Who Killed the Berkeley School? Struggles over Radical Criminology"

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    Struggles Over Radical Criminology

  AUTHORS: Julia & Herman Schwendinger
                    (with a foreword by Jeff Shantz)
  ISBN: 0615990932
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The Berkeley School of Criminology stands, to this day, as one of the most significant developments in criminological thought and action. Its diverse participants, students and faculty, were true innovators, producing radical social analyses (getting to the root causes) of institutions of criminal justice as part of broader relations of inequality, injustice, exploitation, patriarchy, and white supremacy within capitalist societies. Even more they situated criminology as an active part of opposition to these social institutions and the relations of harm they uphold. Their criminology was directly engaged in, and connected with, the struggles of resistance that emerged in the late 1960s and early 1970s. Not surprisingly perhaps, they became a target of regressive and reactionary forces that sought to quiet those struggles. Notably the Berkeley School of Criminology was targeted by key players in the US military-industrial complex such as Ronald Reagan himself, then Governor of California and Regent of UC-Berkeley.