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Tackling Right-Wing Extremism in an Age of Severe Political Polarization

The Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol demonstrated that far-right violent extremism has become an intolerable threat to the security of the United States. This phenomenon grew significantly during the presidency of Donald Trump and is unlikely to subside given the end of his term. That a great many Americans believe that the 2020 election was rigged will likely fuel this extremist movement. Join us for a conversation with our two resident experts on right-wing radicalism who will shed light on what to expect in the years to come and what the incoming Biden administration can do to counter this domestic scourge.

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