Matthew Nemiroff Lyons

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Matthew Nemiroff Lyons is a Jewish sociologist "academic" in the United States who is notable primarily for writing propaganda against organisations which forward the groups interests and self-determination of European peoples around the world. He is known for his associations with Chip Berlet, a "former" Marxist-Leninist. Lyons is associated with the Philadelphia Area Consortium of Special Collections Libraries. Despite his "anti-establishment" rhetoric, Lyons has connections to the elitist Ivy League Cornell University.


  • The Grassroots Network: Radical Nonviolence in the Federal Republic of Germany, 1972-1985 (1988)
  • Rose Kohn Goldsen Papers: A Descriptive Guide (1992)
  • Right-Wing Populism in America: Too Close for Comfort (2000) - with Chip Berlet

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