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Intelligence Report
2004
Summer Issue
July 20, 2004

The National Socialist Movement (NSM) says it's the largest neo-Nazi group in the United States. It claims to have been around the longest. It describes itself as the most elite radical organization there is. And it says it recruits young kids.

Intelligence Report
2004
Summer Issue
July 20, 2004

After completing his sentence for fraud, David Duke's celebratory homecoming included a weekend conference of extremists and a new coalition determined to bring white supremacy into the mainstream.

Intelligence Report
2004
Summer Issue
July 20, 2004

William Regnery II, an heir to the Regnery publishing fortune who's a prime mover and shaker in white nationalism publishing, is moving into a new line of business: match-making for "heterosexual whites of Christian cultural heritage."

Intelligence Report
2004
Summer Issue
July 20, 2004

By about a 10-to-1 margin, Sierra Club members rejected an attempt by anti-immigration forces to take over the environmental organization.

Intelligence Report
2004
Summer Issue
July 20, 2004

Some extremists within the 'southern heritage' group the Sons of Confederate Veterans want to open the SCV's doors to the Klan.

Intelligence Report
2004
Summer Issue
July 20, 2004

A recent injunction prohibiting the sale of a tax protester's book raises thorny questions about the First Amendment.

Intelligence Report
2004
Summer Issue
July 20, 2004

Hate crimes and violence around the U.S. show that increasingly young extremists are committing crimes, getting recruited by hate groups — and doing recruiting of their own.

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