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What's the alt-right, and how large is its audience?

Inquiring minds want to know: What exactly is the "alt-right," and how large is the audience for the movement? The essence of the alt-right can be distilled to this catchphrase: All people are not created equal. That's even more extreme than it may sound. Prominent alt-right thinkers don't only believe that some are naturally taller, stronger or smarter than others, but also that some groups ...

Inquiring minds want to know: What exactly is the "alt-right," and how large is the audience for the movement?

The essence of the alt-right can be distilled to this catchphrase: All people are not created equal. That's even more extreme than it may sound. Prominent alt-right thinkers don't only believe that some are naturally taller, stronger or smarter than others, but also that some groups are more deserving of political status than others. They reject the

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