Kathleen Belew

Kathleen Belew is assistant professor of History at the University of Chicago. She unearthed the lives of her white power militant subjects in previously classified FBI documents, newspapers published from Nicaragua to New York, and vivid testimony, writings, and illustrations.


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Specter of a White Minority

Robert L. Tsai explores how the specter of a white minority fuels contemporary conservative discourse....


The Surprising Roots of Recent White Extremism


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