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What do antifascists in Chicago want?

While the nation reeled from a wave of rioting and violence sparked during protests over the police k
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While the nation reeled from a wave of rioting and violence sparked during protests over the police killing of George Floyd last month in Minneapolis, President Donald Trump laid the blame on a bogeyman he’s frequently targeted: Antifa.
Members of the nebulous group are terrorists, he insisted.
But local anti-fascists said that label couldn’t be further from the truth. Tom Schuba has the story…

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