How media helps the far-right recruit

Logo of the Neo-Nazi group American Identity Movement (Formerly Identity Evropa)

lmost every week there’s a news story about white nationalist posters appearing at some college campus or random neighborhood somewhere in the country. Most recently, it was San Jose State University. For their part, university officials did the right thing: They declined to release the name of the group or provide pictures of the flyers, denying them the publicity they sought.

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