Between 100,000 and 200,000 Americans are suspected of being linked with right-wing neo-Nazi and white supremacist hate groups. In this article News and Report examines how the Internet is creating a new presence of well-connected and well-funded racists globally. Groups such as Hammershkin Nation, the World Church of the Creator, and the National Alliance all claim to having thriving websites as well as international chapters popping up around the world.
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