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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Introduction -- Insurgency -- The world's newest nation -- Portland -- Rose City antifa -- Origin story -- American mutation -- Black Lives Matter -- Violence -- Deadly violence -- Doxing -- The "democratic" route -- Information warfare and propaganda -- Afterword.
Summary, etc.:
An account, including interviews with former members and people who have been attacked, of the history and tactics of the anti-fascist movement Antifa.
Infamous for its "black bloc," the tactic of dressing head-to-toe in black to commit crimes, antifa militants organize to destroy property, beat people, and intimidate their opposition into silence. This, antifa claims, is all done in the name of fighting "fascism." Ngo himself was beaten by Portland antifa militants and left with a traumatic brain injury in 2019. Here he exposes their far-left extremist ideology and shows how they are set on destroying the freedoms guaranteed in a liberal democracy. -- adapted from jacket
Subject: Ngo, Andy (Journalist)
Anti-fascist movements > United States.
Conspiracy theories.
Conservative literature.
Genre: Conservative literature.
Conspiracy theories.
Personal narratives.

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