Join Talk of the Nation for a discussion with a reformed Neo-Nazi about his experiences in East Berlin as the leader of a hate-group. He'll explain why this rhetoric is attractive to young people around the world, and talk with Ray about his eventual conversion to a live-and-let-live philosophy. Guests: Ingo Hasselbach Author Fuhrer X: Memoirs of a Neo-Nazi (Random House, 1996) Tom Reiss Co-author Fuhrer X: Memoirs of a Neo-Nazi (Random House, 1996) New York City, NY Listeners call in



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