Unlike the bigoted protesters in the 1960s, the demonstrators in Charlottesville, Va., did not wear hoods. On Saturday, we saw their faces clearly. And they were angry white men. If we are to get to the root of the recent escalation of confrontational bigotry in America, we must acknowledge who...

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