Corrections and Amplifications

Right-Wing Populism in America: Too Close for Comfort

by Chip Berlet and Matthew N. Lyons

General

Bibliography

p. 422

    Amini, Muhammad Safwat al-Saqqa and Sa’di Abu Habib...
is sometimes cataloged as:
    Muhammad, Safwat al-Saqqa Amini and Sa’di Abu Habib.
The Library of Congress catalogs this title as:
    Amini, Muhammad Safwat al-Saqqa.

    Freemasonry / by Muhammad Safwat al-Saqqa Amini & Sa'di Abu Habib.
    1st ed. in English
    New York, N.Y. : Muslim World League Publication, 1982.
    ix, 131 p. : ill. ; 22 cm.

However,
    Abdul Alim Muhammad is listed as
      Muhammad, Abdul Alim

Second Printing

Chapter 11: Culture Wars and Political Scapegoats

p. 244, first line, correct spelling:

Jeane J. Kirkpatrick


Chapter 12:

p. 259, better wording

Robertson appears to have merged the Illuminati conspiracy theory with his own musings about the End Times, asserting that persons he claimed were “Members of the Illuminati at the highest levels of the order were atheists and Satanists.”


Footnotes:

p. 354, improved wording for footnote 15

Conversation with Susan M. Fisher, MD (clinical professor of psychiatry at University of Chicago Medical School and Faculty, Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis), 1997. For a very different approach linking Jungian psychology to interventions against scapegoating in dysfunctional small organizations and groups, see Arthur D. Colman, Up From Scapegoating: Awakening Consciousness in Groups, (Wilmette, IL: Chiron, 1995). [Fisher is not a Jungian].

Bibliography

p. 432, missing

Curtiss, John Shelton. (1942). An Appraisal of the Protocols of Zion. New York: Columbia University Press. pp. 32-60;


Index:

p. 485

Kirkpatrick, Jeane J.

First Printing

Chapter 9: The Pillars of U.S. Populist Conspiracism

p. 185, second paragraph

 
While the John Birch Society moved in 1989, the membership lists studied by Mr. Kraft was from 1987.
p. 197, first full paragraph, fourth sentence. End of sentence should read:
 
" when the illustration on the cover is identified as the many-headed beast warned of by the three angels in the book of Revelation."

but that might not fit in the correction for the second printing, so it might read:

"when the illustration on the cover is identified as the many-headed beast warned of by Revelation's angels."

See Revelation 13-14

Chapter 11: Culture Wars and Political Scapegoats

p. 244, first line, correct spelling:

Jeane J. Kirkpatrick

Chapter 12: Dominion Theology and Christian Nationalism

p. 259, better wording

Robertson appears to have merged the Illuminati conspiracy theory with his own musings about the End Times, asserting that persons he claimed were “Members of the Illuminati at the highest levels of the order were atheists and Satanists.”

Chapter 13: New Faces for White Nationalism

p. 284

Sam Francis quote is missing a footnote. See footnote 78.

Chapter 14: Battling the New World Order

p. 302,

The block quotation in the middle of the page runs on too long. The actual quote ends with the words "...restoration of individual liberty."
The next sentence should begin a paragraph of normal text that should be set in regular type. It starts
    " Duke lost the 1996 primary..."

Chapter 16: The New Millennium

p. 335

Long block quote by Paul Weyrich should end with footnote number "73," which is missing, but the text for which can be found in the notes on page 409.
p. 344
Last quote from Martin Lee should read "radical right-wing populism and its current fascist manifestations...vary from country to country [but] only thrive in situations where social injustice is prevalent."

Footnotes

p. 353, footnote 4

Should be "See also Harrison, Of Passionate Intensity."
p. 354, improved wording for footnote 15

Conversation with Susan M. Fisher, MD (clinical professor of psychiatry at University of Chicago Medical School and Faculty, Chicago Institute for Psychoanalysis), 1997. For a very different approach linking Jungian psychology to interventions against scapegoating in dysfunctional small organizations and groups, see Arthur D. Colman, Up From Scapegoating: Awakening Consciousness in Groups, (Wilmette, IL: Chiron, 1995). [Fisher is not a Jungian].

Bibliography

p. 432, missing

Curtiss, John Shelton. (1942). An Appraisal of the Protocols of Zion. New York: Columbia University Press. pp. 32-60;


Index:

p. 485

Kirkpatrick, Jeane J.

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