Traditions of intolerance: Historical Perspectives on Fascism and Race Discourse in Britain is a book edited by Tony Kushner and Kenneth Lunn. It presented the newest research into antisemitism, racism, and fascism in British society.
It is a selection of papers from an academic conference organised jointly by the University of Southampton and Portsmouth Polytechnic in Southampton, England, in September 1987. A conference organised to address the new research opportunities opened up by the release of government records referred to as the 'Mosley Papers'.
|List of contributors|
|Introduction||Tony Kushner and Kenneth Lunn|
|Part 1: Fascism, racism and culture||1: Jewish stereotyping and English literature, 1875–1920 : Towards a political analysis||Bryan Cheyette|
|2: Imperial decline and the resurgence of English national identity, 1918–1979||Paul Rich|
|3: Jewish responses to political antisemitism and fascism in the East End of London, 1920–1939||Elaine R. Smith|
|4: The paradox of prejudice : the impact of organised antisemitism in Britain during an anti-Nazi war||Tony Kushner|
|5: Racial attacks : the persistence of racial vigilantism in British cities||Christopher T. Husbands|
|Part 2: Fascism in action, fascism and the State||6: Joynson-Hicks and the radical right in England after the First World War||David Cesarani|
|7: The ideology and impact of the British fascists in the 1920s||Kenneth Lunn|
|8: Intolerance and discretion : Conservatives and British fascism, 1918–1926||G.C. Webber|
|9: The "Mosley Papers" and the secret history of British fascism, 1939–1940||Richard Thurlow|
|10: Alexander Ratcliffe : militant Protestant and antisemite||Colin Holmes|
|11: Fascism and political racism in post-war Britain||Roger Eatwell|