Description - Free to Hate by Paul Hockenos
Combining first-hand reporting, original documentation, and political analysis, Free to Hate is the first major work in English to investigate the rise of the ultra-nationalist and radical right-wing movements that have been sweeping Central and Eastern Europe since 1989. In this powerful volume, Paul Hockenos provides an account of the emergence and contemporary relevance of far right movements in countries including Germany, Hungary, Romania, and Poland. In addition, he discusses neo-Nazi youth subculture, anti-Semitism, racism, minority issues, and the revision of history in the post-communist states.
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Author Biography - Paul Hockenos
Paul Hockenos is Central and Eastern European Correspondent for In These Times. His work has appeared in numerous publications including The Nation, New Statesman and Society, and The Village Voice. He presently resides in (East) Berlin.