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Reasoning: Extreme Right, Propaganda, Conspiracy, Hate Group
Notes: The National Alliance is a white supremacist, neo-Nazi, anti-semitic and white separatist political organization. It was founded by prominent white supremacist William Luther Pierce in 1974, and was based in Hillsboro, West Virginia. Membership in 2002 was estimated at 2,500 with an annual income of $1 million. Membership declined after Pierce’s death in 2002, and after a split in its ranks in 2005, the group has been barely functioning. At this point the National Alliance has merged and become National Vanguard, which holds the same policy positions. On the National Alliance website they publish stories directly from the National Vanguard that are white supremacist. The Southern Poverty Law Center has both groups classified as hate groups. Overall, we rate the National Alliance as Questionable based on being an extreme right hate group. (D. Van Zandt 10/3/2017)
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