Leaderless Resistance

NPR's Eric Westervelt reports on "leaderless resistance," a popular tactic advocated by white supremacist groups. There have been three high-profile hate crimes committed this summer and authorities have yet to connect them with a known group. Terror experts say the "lone wolf" terrorist, operating outside a central group, is making it difficult to discover a planned crime before it's carried out.

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