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Don’t assume the militias at the Charlottesville rally were white supremacists. This is what they believe now.

A few weeks ago, the Charlottesville “Unite the Right” demonstrations – where violence wounded at least 34 people and killed one counterprotester — drew a tremendous amount of national attention. Much of the discussion focused on two opposing groups: the white supremacists who call themselves the alt-right and the counter-demonstrators who came to oppose racism. But a […]
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