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25. WHICH MEANS THE NEW RIGHT IS NOT GOING ANYWHERE.

In January, Milo Yiannopoulos, right, along with UC Davis College Republicans, is sprayed with Silly String in a reenactment of the pepper-spraying of protesting students by campus police.

AS YOU MAY HAVE READ, the reactionary honeymoon is already over in the White House; the Trump Train is losing its alt-right cars. After the president announced an airstrike against a Syrian military airfield last month, his biggest and loudest supporters on the countercultural right—who would generally rather be fomenting authoritarian regimes at home than opposing them abroad—publicly broke with

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