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This chapter reflects on the diversity found in the leadership of the extreme right. It sees leadership in terms of exerting influence and suggests this can be achieved in a variety of ways. It examines issues including charismatic leadership, inspiring stalwart leaders and youth leadership. It reflects on the ways women as well as men have also taken on leadership roles. Moreover, it considers ideological influences, both from British activists as well as American and European ideologues that have exerted influence and inspired activism. In sum, it shows that the movement is diverse and complex, though genuine charismatic leadership is rare in the movement.

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Pride in prejudice

Understanding Britain’s extreme right


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