Titolo: Homeland: Into a World of Hate
Casa editrice: Mainstream Publishing
Data di pubblicazione: 2003
Condizione libro: very good
Gently used. Expect delivery in 2-3 weeks. Codice inventario libreria 9781840184655-3
Riassunto: A bomb explodes on crowded London street; a mob of young and old gathers in East Germany to watch a hostel burn; a fiery Reagan adviser annouces his candidacy for US President. Unconnected events, surely? Or part of a Hollywood thriller? In fact these are just some of the events that award-winning writer and film maker Nick Ryan witnesses on his journey into the world of hate, his roller-coaster ride through the terrifying area of white nationalism. Ryan recounts how 10 million otherwise 'respectable' citizens voted for far right and ultra-nationalist parties during recent European elections. He describes how whole towns have been declared 'liberated zones' by neo Nazi gangs. And he follows the stories of the 'lone wolf' killers wreaking vengeance on an ever-more-complex society. The question is this: are all three areas linked? '88!' is the commonly used neo-Nazi slang for 'Heil Hitler!' and the book is the story of one man's unique journey - and encounters - with the men and women at the heart of the white supremacist movement. In a powerful, compelling and occasionally disturbing narrative, Ryan takes us through the streets and town of Europe and the USA, charting the growth of hate and intolerance.
L'autore: Nick Ryan is an award-winning British journalist and writer, as well as consultant TV producer. His work has appeared in newspapers and magazines around the world, including The New York Times Magazine, The Times Magazine, The Independent on Sunday Review, The Telegraph Magazine, The Observer Magazine, The Mail on Sunday Review, The Weekend Australian, and he is a regular reviewer for The Express newspaper. He was creative producer of the BBC1 drama, England Expects, starring Steven Mackintosh, and a consultant for the Ross Kemp on Gangs series shown on Sky 1.
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