SOURCE: New York Daily News
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The American militia movement — a network of armed people, some religiously motivated, some white supremacists, some neither, loosely organized to defend the Constitution, or at least their own version of it — have joined in protests of COVID closures.
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The takeover of the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge triggered unpleasant memories of guerrilla warfare from our past.
by Thomas A. Reinstein
Historically, militias were a tool of the state, not a force formed in opposition to the state.
by Steven C. Beda
Back in 1941 they proclaimed themselves the State of Jefferson. Then Pearl Harbor happened.
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