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The '''Center for Democratic Renewal''' (formerly the '''National Anti-Klan Network''') was founded in in the aftermath of a deadly 1979 confrontation between [[Communists]] and [[Neo-Nazis]] and is headed by [[Leonard Zeskind]].
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The '''Center for Democratic Renewal''' (formerly the '''National Anti-Klan Network''') was founded in the aftermath of a deadly 1979 confrontation between [[Communists]] and [[Neo-Nazis]] and is headed by [[Leonard Zeskind]].
  
 
In 1985, it changed its name but remained a [[liberal]] activist group.
 
In 1985, it changed its name but remained a [[liberal]] activist group.

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The Center for Democratic Renewal (formerly the National Anti-Klan Network) was founded in the aftermath of a deadly 1979 confrontation between Communists and Neo-Nazis and is headed by Leonard Zeskind.

In 1985, it changed its name but remained a liberal activist group.

In 1996 it capitalized on distorted statistics to put over the black church-burning hoax of 1996. [1] [2]

See also

References

  1. Fumento, Michael. "Politics and Church Burnings". Commentary, October 1996.
  2. Wilcox, Laird. The Watchdogs. Olathe, KS: Editorial Research Service, 1999, pp. 69-70.