Dare Tabloid Reprint, Feb 1991 Rise of the Alt Right

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This is a reprint of the February 1991 Dare Tabloid, a vaguely monthly review and issues magazine about Jacksonville from the late 80s to the early 90s. It has a little bearing in 2016's political climate because it outlines the early history of the rise of the Alt Right which has taken forefront of the Trump Campaign for President of the United States In it are contained reviews of old theater shows, the full panorama of the nightclub scene, local issues and politicians and satirical essays. The February 1991 Issue was built around misadventures with an abnormally large group of neo nazis and skinheads which had formed in town, the ongoing controversy over the use of Tommy Hazouri's toupe as a mayoral campaign issue and how much livestock did it take before the area's finest hotels would cancel a reservation.




Magazine Cover



Ad for Shades Nightclub



Contributors Page



Table of Contents


Letter from the Editor.



Page 3.  Landscape Section



page 4.  Landscape Section, Tommy Hazouri, Ron Little Page and Betty Holzendorff



page 5.  Landscape Section, Radical Geezers For Peace



Stephen Dare photo by Toni Smailagic

PAGE 1: Letter from the Editor, Landscape Section
PAGE 2: "I Was a Teenage Nazi": The Early Rise of the Alt Right
PAGE 3: Crash Trash and Weekend Bash Club Review Section
PAGE 4: Eminent Art Critics Review
PAGE 5: Submitted Writings


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