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Intelligence Report
2004
Winter Issue
December 21, 2004

In Canton, Georgia, Guatemalan worker Domingo Lopez Vargas was brutally beaten by local teens looking for fun — a crime emblematic of racial tension and xenophobic violence on the rise in the region.

Intelligence Report
2004
Winter Issue
December 21, 2004

After the death of its founder, Richard Butler, the Aryan Nations faced a cloudy future by moving its once-famed headquarters from Idaho to Alabama.

Intelligence Report
2004
Winter Issue
December 21, 2004

'Unregistered churches' activists gathered recently to denounce the government. But it was women in pants who really got their goat.

Features and Stories
December 21, 2004

A recent survey of Teaching Tolerance subscribers shows the magazine is having a powerful impact in the nation's schools.

Intelligence Report
2004
Winter Issue
December 21, 2004

Many extremists seem to be rejuvenated by serving time — including this list of just-released radical luminaries, including David Duke and Wallace Weicherding.

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