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Dr. Greg Johnson draws upon the ideas of the European New Right to promote a new approach to White Nationalist politics in North America. New Right vs. Old Right collects 32 essays in which Dr. Johnson sets out his vision of White Nationalist “metapolitics” and distinguishes it from Fascism and National Socialism (the “Old Right”), as well as conservatism and classical ...more
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Published 2013 by Counter-Currents Publishing
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Omar Filmersson
Jun 10, 2015 Omar Filmersson rated it it was amazing
Originally I wrote my short review/comment below in Swedish for the Swedish edition of New Right vs. Old Right. I’m familiar with both editions. The Swedish one is quite true to the original, but lacks an index.

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In the chapter “Learning from the Left” Greg Johnson analyses the book Dedication and Leadership by Douglas Hyde, and concludes by saying that we need authors like Hyde if we are serious about wanting to create a movement that can win. That can be said about this book too: If we
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There is much to agree with here, but if the author is truly revolutionary, why does he adopt the title of 'new right' when he claims to want to transcend the obsolete left-right dichotomy? If one reads the essays of Alain de Benoist (a major inspiration for this author) it is clear that even the foremost representative of the European 'new right' rejects this label!
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Greg Johnson has been in publishing for more than 25 years. Before becoming a full-time literary agent in 1994, he wrote and published 20 works of nonfiction with traditional publishers, as well as being an editor for a teenage boys magazine for five years. In his years as an agent, he has personally represented more than 2,300 books and negotiated more than 1,800 contracts to over 85 publishing ...more
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