Doug Lain of Zero Books, publisher of Andrea Nagle's Kill All Normies, explains how the alt-right differs from other forms of radical politics.
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John McWhorter argues that Confederate leaders like Robert E. Lee should be remembered, but not commemorated.
Journalist Sarah Posner on how Trump’s open hostility toward the media strengthens his base of support. Plus: Trump’s nightmare scenario.
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