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Religion and the racist right : the origins of the Christian Identity movement / Michael Barkun.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: E184.A1 B245 1997

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    Overview: According to Michael Barkun, many white supremacist groups of the radical right are deeply committed to the distinctive but little-recognized religious position known as Christian Identity. In Religion and the Racist Right (1994), Barkun provided the first sustained exploration of the ideological and organizational development of the Christian Identity movement. In a new chapter written for the revised edition, he traces the role of Christian Identity figures in the dramatic events of the first half of the 1990s, from the Oklahoma City bombing and the rise of the militia movement to the Freemen standoff in Montana. He also explores the government's evolving response to these challenges to the legitimacy of the state. Michael Barkun is professor of political science in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs at Syracuse University. He is author of several books, including Crucible of the Millennium: The Burned-over District of New York in the 1840s.
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Barkun, Michael.
    Published
    Chapel Hill : University of North Carolina Press, ©1997
    Locale
    United States
    Estados Unidos
    Etats-Unis
    États-Unis
    Edition
    Rev. ed
    Contents
    Preface to the revised edition
    Preface
    Part 1: Emergence Of Christian Identity:
    1: Origins of British-Israelism
    2: British-Israelism in America: early years, 1870-1928
    3: British-Israelism and anti-Semitism: Anglo-Saxon Federation of America, 1928-1945
    4: Creating Christian identity, 1937-1975
    Part 2: Christian Identity Doctrine:
    5: British-Israel millennialism
    6: Christian identity's millenarian vision of history
    7: Demonization of the Jews, 1: Racial anti-Semitism
    8: Demonization of the Jews, 2: Children of Cain
    9: Demonization of the Jews, 3: Satan's spawn
    Part 3: Christian Identity And the Political System:
    10: Racial politics
    11: Order and territorial separation
    12: Conclusion: Politics of ultimacy
    13: Epilogue: Oklahoma City and the rise of the militias
    Notes
    Index.
    Notes
    Includes bibliographical references (pages 291-322) and index.
    Preface to the revised edition -- Preface -- Part 1: Emergence Of Christian Identity: -- 1: Origins of British-Israelism -- 2: British-Israelism in America: early years, 1870-1928 -- 3: British-Israelism and anti-Semitism: Anglo-Saxon Federation of America, 1928-1945 -- 4: Creating Christian identity, 1937-1975 -- Part 2: Christian Identity Doctrine: -- 5: British-Israel millennialism -- 6: Christian identity's millenarian vision of history -- 7: Demonization of the Jews, 1: Racial anti-Semitism -- 8: Demonization of the Jews, 2: Children of Cain -- 9: Demonization of the Jews, 3: Satan's spawn -- Part 3: Christian Identity And the Political System: -- 10: Racial politics -- 11: Order and territorial separation -- 12: Conclusion: Politics of ultimacy -- 13: Epilogue: Oklahoma City and the rise of the militias -- Notes -- Index.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    0807823287
    9780807823286
    0807846384
    9780807846384
    0807844519
    9780807844519
    Physical Description
    xv, 330 pages ; 25 cm

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