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PrefaceIntroduction: More Than Passing Strange 1 Passing Fancy?2 Passing Through 3 Fascism 4 The Face-of Fascism 5 Fascism and Betrayal 6 Approaching Disaster 7 Framing a Guilty Man? 8 Fascism on Trial 9 A Trial on Trial 10 After the Fall11 An Isolationist Isolated? 12 Passing On Notes Index About the Author
Gerald Horne is Moores Professor of History and African American Studies at the University of Houston, and has published three dozen books including, The Counter-Revolution of 1776: Slave Resistance and the Origins of the USA and Race War! White Supremacy and the Japanese Attack on the British Empire.
"With his characteristic verve, Professor Gerald Horne has written an excellent book about the fascinating and mysterious Lawrence Dennis. This pairing of the leftist black intellectual Horne and the racially-closeted fascist Dennis makes for an exciting exploration of obscure terrain that warrants more notice. Professor Horne has performed an important service by revealing so vividly Dennis's strange but instructive career." --Randall Kennedy, Harvard Law School" Shedding light on both passing and the formation of a proposed "fascism with a human face," this book will prove useful for scholars of race and class in the US as well as scholars of fascist doctrine and theory."--Choice"I am almost certainly not alone in expressing surprise that Lawrence Dennis, the principal American intellectual fascist, was an African American who 'passed' for white. In the process of explaining Dennis's rise and how his secret minority status shaped his political extremism, Gerald Horne has researched and written a compelling and significant history of American fascism." --Kenneth Janken, author of White: The Biography of Walter White, Mr. NAACP