In Charlottesville, White Nationalists Try To Seize An Elusive Spotlight

This weekend's "Unite The Right" rally in Virginia, which brought together white supremacists and far-right groups, is part of an ongoing campaign to move their cause out of the shadows.

It didn't take long for a of a throng of torch-wielding white supremacists to go viral. The picture from Friday night captured the faces of young (mostly) men who had descended onto the University of Virginia's campus to protest the pending removal of a nearby statue of Robert E. Lee and as part of a planned rally in Charlottesville for white supremacists called "Unite The Right." That the young men in

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