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  • Learn from the 1930s: American Nazis aren’t inherently powerful, but are emboldened by fear

    Haaretz - 08/15/2017

    Nazi and fascist American groups, whose rhetoric is echoed by those marching in Charlottesville, allowed nervous politicians to believe they were enough of a force that xenophobia-riddled policies prevailed, argues Northeastern professor Laurel Leff.

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