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These are the three reasons that fascism spread in 1930s America — and might spread again today

The violent nationalist rally in Virginia has reawakened simmering fears of American fascism. But the roots of these feelings — and the militant organizations that promoted them — did not began with the election of President Trump. The last time fascism was brazenly embraced occurred in the 1930s. The lessons of that crucial decade bear […]
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