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Antifa may not be “terrorists,” but they’re not the good guys, either

Antifa protesters assemble to oppose the Patriot Prayer Rally in Portland, Oregon. (SOPA Images/Getty)

Last Saturday’s street theater in Portland, Oregon, where left-wing protesters faced off against far-right groups holding a rally to “End Domestic Terrorism,” has once again brought the spotlight on Antifa, the loosely knit “anti-fascist” movement seen as heroic resisters by some and extremist thugs by others.




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Cathy Young

Cathy Young

Russian-Jewish-American writer. Associate editor, Arc Digital; contributor, Reason, Newsday, The Forward etc.

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