by David Greenberg
In the 1940s, a right-wing group terrorized Jewish communities in Boston and New York while authorities looked the other way. Could it happen again?
by Robert Scott Kellner
What a German diary from the Nazi era teaches us.
by Tarik Cyril Amar
Then, it was “rootless cosmopolitans” who were targeted. Now it’s globalists.
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