Hate in the Homeland:
The New Global Far Right
A startling look at the unexpected places where violent hate groups recruit young people.
Book clubs, educators’ groups, parenting discussion groups, and academic classes may find the following discussion questions and list of further resources useful, written by Dr. Christina Cliff as part of a longer Reader’s Guide commissioned by the Western States Center for its work with educators. Below you’ll find the full copy of the Reader’s Guide, including chapter summaries, comprehension questions, a glossary of terms, hypothetical scenarios for discussion, and additional resources.
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Introduction: The Where and When of Radicalization
Chapter 1: Space, Place, and the Power of Homelands
Chapter 2: Mainstreaming the Message
Chapter 3: Selling Extremism: Food, Fashion, and Far-Right Markets
Chapter 4: Defending the Homeland: Fight Clubs and Mixed Martial Arts
Chapter 5: Grooming and Recruiting: Cultivating Intellectual Leadership
Chapter 6: Weaponizing Online Spaces
Conclusion: Whose Homeland? Inoculating Against Hate
Hypothetical Scenarios for Discussion