"For more than thirty years, James H. Madole (1927-1979) regularly harangued passers-by on the crowded streets of New York City with his urgent call for a fascist revolution in the United States. His appearances owed much to the customs of an open-air revival meeting and evangelical preaching. Flanked by his own stormtroopers clad in uniform black caps, gray shirts with lightning-bolt armbands and black trousers, Madle always wore a close-fitting suit jacket with all three buttons fastened and a ludicrous motorcycle crash helmet above his thick horn-rimmed glasses… his campaign strategy, his organization, and above all, his philosophy and doctrines of Aryan renewal identity identify him as an early and important figure in the development of esoteric fascism."
"Black Sun: Aryan Cults, Esoteric Nazism and the Politics of Identity"
For more info on James H. Madole and his legacy check the following links:
(collection of articles)
(National Renaissance Party & J.H.Madole archive)