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IR 116

'Easy Prey'

Issue Number: 
116
 | 
Winter
 
2004

Hate groups and rapidly changing demographics put anti-immigrant violence on the rise in Georgia. Christian Identity leader James Wickstrom makes the biggest power play of his career. Neo-Confederates make a bid to change history by influencing museums and changing academe from the inside out.

Running Right

Issue Number: 
115
 | 
Fall
 
2004
In this special 2004 election issue, the Report examines 26 national and state politicians with ties to the white supremacist Council of Conservative Citizens and the impact of extremism on American politics, including far-right third parties. Also: beset with sloppy leadership, stripper scandals and financial disputes, the National Alliance may be losing its punch.

Age of Rage

Issue Number: 
114
 | 
Summer
 
2004
Across the U.S., hatred and shocking violence are springing up from racist youths, many barely more than children. In this special issue, read more about the youth behind movements of hate. The two faces of the allegedly nonviolent white supremacist group Volksfront are discussed. Matt Hale, leader of the World Church of the Creator, is headed for jail.
IR 113

The Year in Hate 2003

Issue Number: 
113
 | 
Spring
 
2004

After a tumultuous year, U.S. hate groups made something of a comeback, particularly among racist Skinheads and Klansmen. 'Patriot' groups increased significantly as well. Neo-Confederate zealots Douglas Wilson and Steve Wilkins set off a firestorm of protests in a small Idaho college town. A S.C. shootout belies the area's proclivity toward antigovernment sentiment.

Why Did Stephanie Thomas Have to Die?

Issue Number: 
112
 | 
Winter
 
2003

The murder of a transgender teen in Washington, D.C. offers insight into a horrifying trend across the U.S. An SCV official gets even with the Report using lewd spam. A neo-Nazi gains respect as a financial expert before being indicted. Anti-immigration activists confront Immigrant Worker Freedom Riders.

Faces of the Future

Issue Number: 
111
 | 
Fall
 
2003

Profiles of the top forty extremists of the radical right lead this issue, including such infamous leaders as Charles Juba, Billy Roper, and Ron Wilson. The National Alliance, the top U.S. neo-Nazi group, struggles for survival. The ultra-right Constitution Party hopes to fill the extreme conservative void.

Marching Toward the Mainstream

Issue Number: 
110
 | 
Summer
 
2003

Armed with new ideas, allies and products, the radical right invades pop culture. Neo-Confederates are determined to reconstruct Abraham Lincoln. Pat Buchanan and others warn 'cultural Marxism,' a shadowy Jewish conspiracy, will subvert American culture.

Hate Takes a Hit

Issue Number: 
109
 | 
Spring
 
2003
In this yearly audit of hate and 'Patriot' groups in the United States, the radical right, appearing more potent than ever in early 2002, finds itself in disarray. Also in this issue: a culture of vigilante violence along the U.S.-Mexico border; David Duke, con man; and the dismal record of the SLRC.

The Belly of the Beast

Issue Number: 
108
 | 
Winter
 
2002
Racist prison gangs hit the street. The death of founder William Pierce leads to rifts within the neo-Nazi National Alliance. Neo-Confederate extremists sieze control of the formerly moderate Sons of Confederate Veterans.

The Next American Führer?

Issue Number: 
107
 | 
Fall
 
2002

A "board of directors" has appointed Erich Gliebe to replace William Pierce as the new chairman of the National Alliance. American eco-radicals are growing more violent. A black supremacist cult leader in Georgia meets his match.