Everything You Love Will Burn: Inside the Rebirth of White Nationalism in America Audiobook, by Vegas Tenold Play Audiobook Sample

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Author: Vegas Tenold Narrator: Vegas Tenold Publisher: Hachette Book Group Audio Length: Release Date: February 2018 Format: Unabridged Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download ISBN: 9781549168284

Publisher Description

The dark story of the shocking resurgence of white supremacist and nationalist groups and their path to political power

Six years ago, when Vegas Tenold began reporting from the inner circle of three white power groups in America—the KKK, the National Socialist Movement, and the Traditionalist Workers Party—he found himself in the midst of small, disorganized groups operating well outside the mainstream.

But in the last few years, that has all changed. Their racially motivated violence has been on open display at rallies in Charlottesville, Berkeley, Pikesville, Phoenix, and Boston. In response to economic grievances, anger over the presidency of Barack Obama, and the visibility of Black Lives Matter, and egged on by the rhetoric of Donald Trump, membership is rising and national politicians are giving validation to these groups. One young man has emerged as a powerful figure: Matthew Heimbach of the Traditionalist Workers Party, who was once labeled the “Little Führer” by the Southern Poverty Law Center. Heimbach believes that cross burning and fight-ridden conventions are a waste of time. He understands political power, and has organized a coalition of white nationalists to bring these groups into the mainstream.

Everything You Love Will Burn gives listeners a front-row seat at violent white supremacist conventions, newly formed separatist communities, and backroom meetings with Republican operatives. We meet a neo-Nazi lieutenant and his daughter in Brooklyn’s Sheepshead Bay; a bubbly, twenty-something Klanswoman in Tennessee; and a solemn skinhead recruit in Georgia, and learn about why they’ve tied their fates to these movements. By turns frightening and fascinating, Everything You Love Will Burn shows us the future of hate in America.

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  • “Vegas Tenold narrates his shocking audiobook on the rise of white supremacy in the United States. Tenold embeds himself in the homes and offices of white supremacists, witnessing street fights, riots, and everyday bickering….[which] propels his audiobook into required listening for anyone seeking insight into the ugliest elements of the current political climate”

    - AudioFile
  • “In this in-depth look at the growth of white nationalism, journalist Tenold presents a comprehensive portrait of supporters’ beliefs, worldviews, and aspirations.”

    - Library Journal
  • “Provides an insider account of these organizations, helping readers understand their motivations and strategies….Tenold’s book provides welcome understanding.”

    - Washington Post
  • “On-the-ground reporting about a new American reality. It is full of violence and hatred and ultimately quite frightening to read.”

    - Progressive
  • “A terrifying, thoroughly reported look at newly empowered white-nationalist groups across the country, from Brooklyn to Tennessee, in a year that has seen racially motivated violence and demonstrations take center stage.”

    - New York Post

Awards

  • Longlisted for the Brooklyn Public Library Literary Prize for Nonfiction

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About the Author

Vegas Tenold is an award-winning journalist. He has covered the far right in America for years, as well as human rights in Russia, conflict in central Africa and the Middle East, and national security. He is a graduate of Columbia University’s School of Journalism, and his work has appeared in publications including the New York Times, Rolling Stone, New Republic, and Al Jazeera America.