How Demagogues Spawn Systems of Oppression & Violence

(Prejudiced Beliefs + Discriminatory Acts + Power Structure Dominance = Societal Systems of Oppression)
A Formula to Help Unravel the Dynamics & Intersectionality of
Prejudice |  Privilege |  Supremacism |  Bigotry |  Denigration |  Discrimination |  Power |  Oppression
Dualism |  Scapegoating |  Demonization |  Conspiracism |  Dehumanization |  Demagoguery
Aggression |  Apocalyptic Aggression |  Segregation |  Ethnoviolence |  Slavery |  Expulsion |  Genocide

Bibliography: Leaderless Resistance

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Amoss, Ulius Louis. 1953 "Leaderless Resistance." INFORM.

Amoss, Ulius Louis. 1962. "Leaderless Resistance." INFORM, revised version published posthumously.

Beam, Louis. 1983. "Leaderless Resistance," Inter-Klan Newsletter and Survival Alert, undated, circa May 1983, pages not numbered. On file at Political Research Associates;

_____. 1992. "Leaderless Resistance," The Seditionist, 12 (February); text at <a href=""></a>, pp. 12-13.

Garfinkel, Simson L. 2003. <a href="">"Leaderless Resistance Today"</a>, First Monday, online journal.

Joosse, Paul. 2007. "Leaderless Resistance and Ideological Inclusion: the Case of the Earth Liberation Front." Terrorism and Political Violence, Vol. 19, No. 3, (September), pp. 351-368.

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