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Disputes With William Pierce's National Alliance

Pierce and the National Alliance: The Insiders' Views

Pierce's Ex-Supporters Speak: Milton John Kleim Jr.

Pierce's Ex-Supporters Speak: Ray "WhiteWolf" Horigan

Pierce's Ex-Supporters Speak: Les Griswold

Pierce's Ex-Supporters Speak: Kirsten Kaiser

Pierce's Ex-Supporters Speak: Bradford Davis

Pierce's Ex-Supporters Speak: Tom Blodgett

Pierce's Ex-Supporters Speak: 88 / Anonymous

Pierce's Cyber-Strategy and Tactics

William Pierce, "Our Cyberspace Image", 8 April 1996

Milton Kleim, On Tactics and Stragegy for Usenet, original edition 1995

Articles on Pierce and the National Alliance

Anti-Defamtion League, "Explosion of Hate: The Growing Danger of the National Alliance

Anti-Defamtion League, Extremism in America: William Pierce

Hatewatch, National Alliance: Biography of William Pierce

Nizkor, The National Alliance: William Pierce's hate group

Simon Weisenthal Center,'White Power' Music Recruits Youth, Draws Concern

Southern Poverty Law Center, The Alliance and Its Allies: Pierce builds bridges at home, abroad SPLC Intelligence Report -- Winter 1999

Southern Poverty Law Center, Darker Than Black: The U.S. arrest of a German neo-Nazi reveals .... SPLC Intelligence Report -- Fall 2000

Southern Poverty Law Center, The Rise of the National Alliance

Varnel, Paul, The Nazi Fiction of William Pierce Windy City Times, 25 July 1995.