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Southern Gothic

Issue Number: 
126
 | 
Summer
 
2007

A Klan case opens a window onto a bizarre Southern underworld; 'radical traditionalist Catholics' worry residents in New Hampshire; and violence against the homeless is on the rise.

The Year in Hate 2006

Issue Number: 
125
 | 
Spring
 
2007

Nativist rage fuels rise in hate groups with 144 extremist groups identified; Belgian webmaster is global nexis of hate; and a California professor's career soars despite anti-Semitic writings.

L.A. Blackout

Issue Number: 
124
 | 
Winter
 
2006
Mexican Mafia directs members to harass blacks; Aryan Nations hold 25th World Congress; Radical traditionalist Catholics form anti-Semitic bond with white supremacists; American Indians comprise 1% of the population, but suffer 2% of hate crimes

Motley Crews

Issue Number: 
123
 | 
Fall
 
2006
New violence erupting from skinheads; Roy Warden threatens Hispanics with death; White anti-immigration activists start 'black' organization; Sam Dickinson gets rich off Atlanta's poor.

A Few Bad Men

Issue Number: 
122
 | 
Summer
 
2006

Extremists infiltrating the military; immigration debate fuels anti-Hispanic crime; a former skinhead talks about being Jewish; a schism over anti-Semitism threatens key radical right group.

The Year in Hate 2005

Issue Number: 
121
 | 
Spring
 
2006

The number of hate groups in America is rising; Sons of Confederate Veterans takeover; undercover cop breaks skinhead rings; National Socialist Movement no longer overshadowed.

Prairie Fire

Issue Number: 
120
 | 
Winter
 
2005
List of anti-immigration activits; junk 'science' of Paul Cameron; some paint not-so-heroic portrait of Chris Simcox; report on Christian Reconstructionists.

End of Watch

Issue Number: 
119
 | 
Fall
 
2005

Profiles of 15 police officers who died at the hands of extremists, a neo-Nazi leader emerges from the shadows and Feds move against the Aryan Brotherhood.

Ten Years of Terror

Issue Number: 
118
 | 
Summer
 
2005

Almost 60 right-wing terrorist plots uncovered since Oklahoma City.

Holy War

Issue Number: 
117
 | 
Spring
 
2005

From name-calling to bogus 'scientific' claims, the Religious Right's 30-year war on homosexuality heats up. The relocation of a fundamentalist sect — and its 'prophet — to a small Texas town worries locals. Despite changes in leadership, legal battles, and organizational chaos, hate groups stayed on the rise in 2004.