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Bring the War Home

The White Power Movement and Paramilitary America

  • Note to Readers
  • Introduction
  • I. Formation
    • 1. The Vietnam War Story
    • 2. Building the Underground
    • 3. A Unified Movement
    • 4. Mercenaries and Paramilitary Praxis
  • II. The War Comes Home
    • 5. The Revolutionary Turn
    • 6. Weapons of War
    • 7. Race War and White Women
  • III. Apocalypse
    • 8. Ruby Ridge, Waco, and Militarized Policing
    • 9. The Bombing of Oklahoma City
    • Epilogue
  • Notes
  • Sources
  • Acknowledgments
  • Index

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