Although far right movements and political parties in the first
half of the 20th century have paid great attention to their visual
performance this dimension has not gained much of reseachers'
interest for the post WW II period. Contributions in this volume
investigate the use far right protagonists make of images and
drawings as a crucial resource for the symbolic definition of
political events and as a means to express their world view.
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