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Brian Levin, J.D.: New Study: U.S. Hate Crimes Fall Slightly In '08; But Data Is Limited

5 years agoNews : Huffington Post

A new study finds that hate crimes actually declined slightly in 2008, despite an economic recession, increasing demographic diversification, and an apparent rise in the number of active hate groups.
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