Opinion Learn From the '30s: American Nazis Aren't Inherently Powerful, but Are Emboldened by Nervous Politicians

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

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Checking my Facebook feed on Friday night, I came across a chilling image: A University of Virginia law student had posted live video of white supremacists marching with lighted torches through her darkened...