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Prominent White Nationalist Louis Andrews Has Died

Louis R. Andrews, most recently the chairman of the white nationalist outfit National Policy Institute (NPI), died on Dec. 30, according to a tweet put out by his book-selling business Washington Summit Publishers. Andrews has long been involved in the white nationalist movement, having run the hate website Stalking the Wild Taboo for years in addition to his publishing house.

Last year, Andrews moved to Whitefish, Mont., joining a growing movement of white supremacists who have relocated to the state. Prior to joining NPI, Andrews was with the Charles Martel Society and served as managing editor of the organization’s racist publication The Occidental Quarterly. He was also a fixture at white nationalist events, including conferences put on by the race science publication, American Renaissance.

For more on Andrews, check out the Southern Poverty Law Center’s 2006 profile here.

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