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Discover the Networks
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Notes: Discover the Networks (originally Discover the Network) is a website run by the David Horowitz Freedom Center that focuses on the individuals, groups, and history of groups alleged to be political left wing. The David Horowitz Freedom Center is also labelled as an anti-Islamist propaganda source by the Southern Poverty Law Center. (10/21/2016) Updated (6/19/2017)
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