Is Antifa a Terrorist Group?

@article{LaFree2018IsAA,
  title={Is Antifa a Terrorist Group?},
  author={Gary LaFree},
  journal={Society},
  year={2018},
  volume={55},
  pages={248-252}
}
  • G. LaFree
  • Published 15 May 2018
  • Political Science
  • Society
Starting in 2016, a number of protests and physical confrontations aimed at individuals and groups associated with right wing politics in the United States have been attributed to an ill-defined entity called “antifa”: short for anti-fascist. A high profile example took place in Charlottseville, Virginia on August 11-12, 2017. During two days of conflict and violence, anti right wing protesters clashed with right wing supporters. During the second day of the confrontation, a right-wing… 
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