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This section provides review coverage of recent contributions to research into various aspects of ‘extremism and democracy’. We include shorter book notes (150-300 words) and as well as more substantial reviews (600-900 words) of books that are of particular interest to group members. In addition to providing a broad range of reviews the team also welcome suggestions for future book reviews (including your own) or ideas for review symposia. If you would like to review one of the currently available titles (below) please contact one of the reviews editors: Matthew Goodwin(University of Manchester, email: matthew.goodwin@manchester.ac.uk) or Sarah de Lange (Robert Schuman Centre for Advanced Studies at the European University Institute and University of Amsterdam, email: sarah.delange@eui.eu and s.l.delange@uva.nl). The current issue of e-Extreme contains reviews of the books listed bellow. Please click on the title of the book to directly navigate to the book review you are interested in. Anna Cento Bull, Italian Neofascism: The Strategy of Tension and the Politics of Nonreconciliation, Berghahn Books, 2007, 182 pp., ISBN 978-1-84545-335-0. Jo Reger, Daniel J. Myers and Rachel L. Einwohner (eds.), Identity Work in Social Movements, University of Minnesota Press, 2008, 312 pp., ISBN: 978-0-8166-51405

Thomas J. Biersteker and Sue E. Eckert (eds.), Countering the Financing of Terrorism, Routledge, 2008, 332 pp., ISBN10 0-415-39643-3 (pb).

Jeanne K. Giraldo and Harold A. Trinkunas (eds.), Terrorism Financing and State Responses, Stanford University Press, 2007, 355 pp., ISBN 978-0-8047-5565-8 (pb).

James G. Shields, The Extreme Right in France: From Pétain to Le Pen, Routledge, 2008, 432 pp., ISBN 978-0-415-097550 (hb), ISBN 978-0-415-37200-8 (pb).

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