Robert L. Tsai (American): The Politics of Hate. Antonis Vradis (LSE): The Right Against the City. Mariona Lloret (UPF): Populism, Fascism and Caudillismo in the United States: The Case of Huey P. Long. From the inaugural issue of Fascism: Journal of Comparative Fascist Studies, Roger Griffin (Brookes): Studying Fascism in a Postfascist Age: From New Consensus to New Wave?; Nigel Copsey (Teesside): Fascism Studies (and the “Post-Fascist” Era): An Ideal Meeting Ground?; Wim van Meurs (Radboud): The Wall in Fascism Studies; Sven Reichardt (Konstanz): Violence and Consensus in Fascism; and Marjan Schwegman (KNAW): Questioning Fascism. Ian Thomson reviews Fascist Voices: An Intimate History of Mussolini’s Italy by Christopher Duggan (and more). Il Duce calendars and beer mugs: Mussolini cult alive and well in Italy. Julia Gronnevet covers the trial of mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik in Oslo and writes about her courtroom experience. The 12-year-old son of neo-Nazi Jeffrey Hall is accused (and found guilty) of shooting his father to death in May 2011 — the case hinges on whether the boy knew his actions were wrong when he pulled the trigger.