The cure for hate : a former white supremacist's journey from violent extremism to radical compassion
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- ISBN: 9781551527697 (paperback)
233 pages ; 23 cm
- Publisher: Vancouver, British Columbia : Arsenal Pulp Press, 
- Copyright: ©2019
|Bibliography, etc. Note:||Includes bibliographical references.|
|Summary, etc.:||As a teenager, Tony McAleer found an outlet for his rage in the street violance of the skinhead scene. He grew deeply involved in the White Aryan Resistance (WAR), rising through the ranks to become a leader. After 15 years in the movement, it was the outpouring of love he felt at the birth of his children that inspired him to start questioning his hateful beliefs. Through his story, McAleer breaks commonly held stereotypes and delivers valuable insights into how regular people are drawn to violent extremism, how the ideology takes hold, and the best ways to help someone leave hate behind. McAleer lives in Vancouver, BC.|
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|Subject:||McAleer, Tony -- 1967-
White Aryan Resistance.
Extremists -- Canada -- Biography
White supremacy movements -- Canada
Racism -- Canada