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Capital, Race and Space, Volume I
The Far Right from Bonapartism to Fascism

In this first volume of Capital, Race and Space, Richard Saull offers an international historical sociology of the European far-right from its origins in the 1848 revolutions to fascism.

Providing a distinct and original explanation of the evolution and mutations of the far-right, Saull emphasizes its international causal dimensions through the prism of uneven and combined development.

Focusing on the twin (political and economic) transformations that dominated the second half of the nineteenth century, the book discusses the connections between class, race, and geography in the evolution of far-right movements and how the crises in the development of a liberal world order were central to the advance of the far-right ultimately helping to produce fascism.


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