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Neo-Nazis are mourning ‘great revolutionary’ Charles Manson for his attempts to start a race war

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After Charles Manson, pop culture’s favorite white supremacist cult leader, died late Sunday night, a majority of Americans praised the passing of the infamous swastika-tattooed figure. But some neo-Nazis who identified with Manson’s “Helter Skelter” vision of a post-race war...
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