The political far-right, also known as hard-right, refers to the hardline political and social trends which are often xenophobic, conspiratorial, ultranationalistic, and reactionary. While in most cases, the term "far-right" is used to refer to fascists or neo-fascists, it can also be used to describe right-wing libertarians, anarcho-capitalists, and national-anarchists.
- Corey Robin (2011). The reactionary mind : conservatism from Edmund Burke to Sarah Palin (pp. 15-16). New York City.