Winter (2000) 'The 'New' Right:
Definition, Identification, Differentiation'
Sociological Research Online, vol. 5, no. 1, <http://www.socresonline.org.uk/5/1/winter.html>
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Received: 10/5/2000 Accepted: 30/5/2000 Published: 31/5/2000
There is a new spectre on the horizon. Just when we thought that we had heard the last of the right, there is a resurgence of right-wing movements around the world, in the UK, the US, France, Italy, Germany, and most recently in Austria.
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