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Intelligence Report
2003
Winter Issue
December 31, 2003

At a meeting of 'paleoconservatives,' former Forbes editor Peter Brimelow and others sound the alarm on non-white immigration.

Intelligence Report
2003
Winter Issue
December 31, 2003

A Swedish scholar takes a serious look at racist neo-Paganism and its rise on the American radical right in Gods of the Blood: The Pagan Revival and White Separatism.

Intelligence Report
2003
Winter Issue
December 31, 2003

Radical environmentalist and animal rights groups step up violent rhetoric and action in a series of bombings, arsons, and the first such death threat.

Intelligence Report
2003
Winter Issue
December 31, 2003

Three members of the black supremacist Nuwaubian group have been arrested in connection with a "common law" scam.

Intelligence Report
2003
Winter Issue
December 31, 2003

In a bid to display a monument decrying Matthew Shepard, hate preacher Fred Phelps manages to force Casper, Wyo. officials to remove a Ten Commandments monument from a public park to deny his request.

Intelligence Report
2003
Winter Issue
December 31, 2003

Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour's re-election campaign is complicated by questions of racism, ties to a white supremacist group, and Mississippi's state flag, which includes a reproduction of the Confederate battle flag.

Intelligence Report
2003
Winter Issue
December 31, 2003

A federal judge has postponed the murder solicitation trial of Matt Hale, the leader of the neo-Nazi group long known as the World Church of the Creator.

Intelligence Report
2003
Winter Issue
December 31, 2003

After criticizing a movie for 'whitewashing the Confederacy,' Museum of Mobile (Ala.) director George Ewert encounters protests and the threat of losing his job.

Intelligence Report
2003
Winter Issue
December 31, 2003

Because of the Constitution's First Amendment, the United States now hosts hundreds of European-language hate sites.

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