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Dealing with the extremists among us

Glory Hallelujah, you might proclaim, righteous voices for harmony within our increasingly diverse nation have overcome hate.

It's safe to say that Americans of all races were mortified in 2017 to see video of thugs marching with lit torches through the streets of Charlottesville, Va. The mob of mostly white young men chanted all sorts of hatred against Jews, blacks and immigrants. It was a bone-chilling spectacle for many who thought

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