SOURCE: Untapped New York
Though authorities blamed Italian anarchists and other radical sympathizers for the destructive bombing, the case was never solved.
SOURCE: The New York Times
History professors Mark Bray and Ruth Ben-Ghiat help break down the definition, origins, goals and methods of antifa.
SOURCE: Washington Post
Historian Mark Bray explains that Antifa activists continue a historical lineage of directly opposing racists and fascists because they suspect that the authorities are sympathetic to far-right groups.
by Maya Jasanoff
In its heyday, anarchism promoted a broadly appealing vision of a free, stateless society.
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