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Charlottesville Was a Preview of the Future GOP

Alex Pareene: I hope you appreciated your recent introduction to the future leadership of the Republican Party this past week. It happened in Charlottesville, Virginia, where hundreds of neo-Nazis and white nationalists marched under the banner of "uniting the right."... Racial resentment has been a driving force behind College Republican recruitment for years, but at this point it's really all they have left to offer.
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