Faces of Right Wing Extremism

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Branden Publishing Company, 1996 - Political Science - 238 pages
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In this book, Kathy catalogues & portrays the right wing movement as it evolved in the past quarter century, giving answers to important questions about the multitude of players in the right wing movement. She places special emphasis on the recent episodes of violence, including David Koresh, Randy Weaver & the Oklahoma City bombing. Faces of Right Wing Extremism provides a rather exhaustive & critical look at those who are constitutionally & legally exercising their rights & provides critical information to the general public about the right wing of today, & is useful to those in law enforcement who want to get a handle on what is going on today.

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Kathy Marks grew up in Manchester, England, and studied languages. She has been a journalist since 1984, working first for Reuters news agency and then for national newspapers in Britain, including the "Daily Telegraph" and "The Independent". Since 1999 she has been based in Sydney as "The Independent"'s Asia-Pacific Correspondent, reporting from Australia, New Zealand, Indonesia, East Timor, the Philippines, Thailand, Singapore, Cambodia, and the South Pacific. She has covered major stories around the region, including the post-independence violence in East Timor in 1999, the 2002 Bali nightclub bombings, the civil war in Indonesia's Aceh province, the Indian Ocean Boxing Day tsunami in 2004 and the 2006 Java earthquake. In 2004 she was one of six international journalists who travelled to Pitcairn Island for the child sex abuse trials.

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