No free speech for fascists : exploring 'No Platform' in history, law and politics /
No Free Speech for Fascists explores the choice of anti-fascist protesters to demand that the opportunities for fascists to speak in public places is rescinded, as a question of history, law and politics. It explains how the demand to No Platform fascists emerged in 1970s Britain, as a limited excep...
London ; New York :
|Series:||Routledge studies in fascism and the far right.
Evans: Library Stacks
DA589.7 .R473 2021
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