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In 1978, for example, a Nazi group pushed to demonstrate in Skokie, Illinois, deliberately selecting an area densely populated by Holocaust survivors.
Marchers displayed swastikas on banners and shouted slogans like “blood and soil,” a phrase drawn from Nazi ideology.
In the past several days, a number of groups have renewed their calls for Trump to fire Steve Bannon, his chief strategist, in part based on Bannon’s role in heading Breitbart, which he called a “platform for the alt-right.” To people like Greenblatt, these are all signs that, at best, the White House does not take anti-Semitism seriously enough.
At worst, the Trump administration indulges bigotry so as not to alienate some supporters.
Jews were seen by white supremacists as capitalists undermining local businesses.
Black Americans fleeing the South in the Great Migration were seen as taking away crucial labor.
“This city is run by Jewish communists and criminal niggers,” one demonstrator told Vice News’ Elspeth Reeve during their march.