The Virulent Societal Virus That Will Still be Around After Covid-19 is Under Control

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In August 2017, a two-day rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, brought together white supremacists, neo-Nazis and anti-Semites. Despite the name, Unite the Right was a coming together of the far-right, not the right in general. So-called ‘alt-right’ students rubbed shoulders with Ku Klux Klan members, Nazis and heavily armed far-right militias.

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Will is an anthropologist, journalist and former clinician. He is the author or Veneer of Civilisation, Psychopathic Cultures and Beyond the End of the World

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Will Black

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Will is an anthropologist, journalist and former clinician. He is the author or Veneer of Civilisation, Psychopathic Cultures and Beyond the End of the World

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