The Radical Right and the War on Terror
By Abigail R. Hall Blanco, Jerod T. Hassell, Chivon H. Fitch
The U.S. governments counterterrorism policy following 9/11 has directly contributed to contemporary trends related to far-right extremism. By making it easier for extremists to receive military training in the U.S. Armed Forces, officials have helped to create a real and potentially growing problema far-right movement that has integrated military personnel, structures, and tactics into its operations. This paper documents these links and shows how current and former members of the military have used their unique skills and experience to bolster far-right extremist groups.
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