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The white nationalist movement has been embroiled in a war over optics since last year’s Unite the Rally in Charlottesville, and Richard Spencer’s disastrous event at Michigan State University last weekend only increased tensions between those dedicated to street action and others who worry that high-profile confrontations will damage the movement’s image.
For years, David Duke has hidden many of his racist affiliations under the hood of the Ku Klux Klan.
The racist “alt-right” is killing people.
The radical right started the year on a roll, with allies in the White House. But then came Charlottesville, and the movement was knocked back on its heels. Still, Trump's rhetoric and the country's changing demographics continue to buoy the movement.
A white supremacist from Oregon, who spent a decade in prison for a hate crime, is back in custody, this time accused of stabbing an acquaintance at a party.
The first sign that the neo-Nazis had arrived in Knoxville came a few minutes past noon with the sound of shouting outside a downtown parking garage.