Russian Fascism: Traditions, Tendencies, Movements
Russian Fascism: Traditions, Tendencies, Movements is a 2001 book by Stephen D. Shenfield.
It is an analysis of fascism, its manifestations in Russian political and cultural history, and fascist tendencies and movements in contemporary Russia. It examines the likelihood that Russia would follow the same path as Weimar Germany. It was published by M. E. Sharpe (Armonk, New York and London) as a 324-page hardcover (ISBN 0-7656-0634-8) and paperback (ISBN 0-7656-0635-6).
- List of Abbreviations
- 1. Defining Fascism
- Appendix 1: Selected Definitions of "Fascism"
- Appendix 2: List of Writers on Fascism Surveyed
- 2. Does Russia Have a Fascist Tradition?
- 3. Nationalists, Communists, Orthodox Christians, and Neo-Pagans
- 4. Cossacks, Skinheads, and Soccer Fans
- 5. Zhirinovsky and the Liberal Democratic Party of Russia
- 6. Barkashov and the Russian National Unity
- Appendix: The RNU Oath and Code of Honor
- 7. Dugin, Limonov, and the National-Bolshevik Party
- 8. Other Fascist Organizations
- 9. Comparative Overview of Fascist Organizations
- Conclusion. Weimar Russia?
- Bibliographical Note
- Russian Fascism: Traditions, Tendencies, Movements at the publisher's website.
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