McKeone on alt-right: Prejudice updated for the tech generation

In the aftermath of the Charlottesville far-right rally, a compelling picture was drawn of a cultural movement based on bias and exclusion

18th March, 2018
White supremacists stage a torchlit march through Charlottesville in Virginia in July 2017

Berkeley in many respects is regarded as the bellwether of America. It was the first town in the US to voluntarily integrate education in its kindergarten and middle schools; it was the incubator for the anti-Vietnam war protests that spread across the country like wildfire.

It was also the first to adopt a whole host of eco-friendly initiatives, from policemen on bikes to banning fast-food containers and the first to provide equal benefits for non-married...

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