The resurgent antigovernment movement is analyzed; a radical right California political party lays bare its political ambitions; and a man with long-standing ties to the Nazi movement causes controversy within a church denomination.
Hate groups remain at record levels; conspiracy theorists spread FEMA concentration camp myths; two trials of neo-Nazi propagandists are covered; and a meeting in Jekyll Island, Ga., pulls elements of the radical right together.
Klan murder shines light on a small Louisiana town; an former undercover agent discusses his experiences; a California group espouses a new form of anarchism; and Canadians are shocked by the Aryan Guard.
The number of hate groups rises to a record 926; far-right commentators blame minorities for the subprime mortgage crisis; "nativist extremist" groups continue to grow; and the sovereign citizen movement gains momentum.
The personal papers of John Tanton, architect and leader of the modern anti-immigration movement, reveal his many ties to white nationalism; and church members who moved to Selma, Ala., to spread racial harmony confront disturbing specters of the civil rights movement.
The racist fringe of the black Hebrew Israelite movement becomes more militant; more anti-Semitic forums are spreading on college campuses; the American Legion releases an anti-immigration report full of falsehoods.