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David Duke Used to Be a Contender

WHITE SUPREMACY still finds purchase in these United States, and given enough oxygen, it will always come roaring back. This is the most pronounced idea in the fourth season of which centers on David Duke’s rise in the late ’80s and early ’90s, when the former Klansman was elected to the Louisiana state legislature and went on to mount

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