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More than two years ago, podcaster and online writer Daniel Harper started investigating the 'alt-right' - really the far-right and present-day fascists.

He's gone where few other researchers have gone, and subjected himself to hours and hours of the podcasts and Youtube shows produced by the multifarious people and groups who make up this pernicious subculture. He's listened, at length, to what they say to each other in their own spaces. And, having done the listening so you don't have to, he's back with his report.

This podcast is Daniel Harper in conversation with his friend and fellow podcaster Jack Graham, tackling one subject per episode.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 4.3, 100 Ratings

More than two years ago, podcaster and online writer Daniel Harper started investigating the 'alt-right' - really the far-right and present-day fascists.

He's gone where few other researchers have gone, and subjected himself to hours and hours of the podcasts and Youtube shows produced by the multifarious people and groups who make up this pernicious subculture. He's listened, at length, to what they say to each other in their own spaces. And, having done the listening so you don't have to, he's back with his report.

This podcast is Daniel Harper in conversation with his friend and fellow podcaster Jack Graham, tackling one subject per episode.

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
100 Ratings

100 Ratings

strawman_army ,

Important but sometimes hard to listen to

This is a deeply researched podcast that’s getting some very important information out, but dear god do they need to learn to stay on topic. It can be hard to listen to due to the frequent rambling tangents and general lack of focus. There are episodes that literally take half an hour to address the topic they’re supposed to be about for the first time. That said, if you can get past the rambling it’s worth a listen.

Tom Loewy ,

Such a vital podcast

I have one complaint with this podcast - I wish the hosts would do more shows.
As we careen through these darkening days this podcast is informative, frightening and vital. I thought I knew a lot about the far right and the re-emergence of overt white supremacy. This podcast has opened my eyes to much, much more - connecting dots, illuminating ties, and providing historical context.
The research is staggering.
This effort is nothing short of impressive. Thank you.
- Tom Loewy

Rudd_ ,

Too much rambling

Its hard to listen to because they go off on an unrelated tangent or over explain something they preface with “this is obvious” ... and then 15 minutes in unnecessary detail. Maybe it will get better?

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