Siege is a book collecting the articles of American neo-Nazi James Mason, former leader of the National Socialist Liberation Front and Universal Order. It collects the text of Mason's SIEGE newsletter (1980–1986) and other propaganda, arranging it according to topic. It places an emphasis on gaining power through armed struggle rather than political means.
It was first published by Storm Books in 1992, edited and introduced by Michael Moynihan. It was republished, with a new preface by Mason and an introduction by Ryan Schuster, in 2003 (Black Sun Publications, ISBN 0-9724408-0-1).
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- The NSLF and the Move Toward Armed Struggle
- National Socialism
- Conservatism and the Lost Movement
- The System
- Lone Wolves and Live Wires
- Strength and Spirit
- Universal Order
- General Appendix
- Appendix I:NSLF
- Appendix II:National Socialism
- Appendix III:Leaders
- Appendix IV:Universal Order
- Complete text of Siege at Solar General
- Chapters of Siege read as an audiobook
- Siege Mentality, a review of Siege by Dominic Hampshire in The Scorpion — issue 18.
- How Black is Black Metal? (first appearing in the magazine HITLIST) by Kevin Coogan — February/March 1999
- Counter-Culture Fascism, Dave Emory's For The Record broadcast #437 — recorded on 12/8/2003.
- An Interview with James Mason, discussing Siege, by AAC — 2003.