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U.S. neo-Nazi groups are deeply divided and poorly organized

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'Commander' Jeff Schoep leads members of his National Socialist Movement in a stiff-armed 'heil' on Capitol Hill on April 19 (Photo by Zachary Goelman)


Forty members of the National Socialist Movement, a U.S. neo-Nazi group, marched from the Washington Monument to Capitol Hill on April 19 under the protection of hundreds of police officers. (Photo by Zachary Goelman)

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Neo-Nazi nests still pocket the U.S., and hate groups are growing. At the same time, these organizations are riven by rivalries and plagued by poor leadership.