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Nazi Germany had admirers among American religious leaders – and white supremacy fueled their support

  • Written by Meghan Garrity, Assistant Professor of International Security & Law, George Mason University
imageThousands of people attend a pro-Nazi rally at Madison Square Garden in New York in May 1934, with counterprotestors outside. Anthony Potter Collection/Hulton Archive via Getty Images

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