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ISIS attacks abroad and a series of deadly right-wing attacks in the U.S. have fueled a demand for more information on extremist networks. Understanding them is the first step in fighting them. But there has been little discussion about potential harm to the researchers tasked with looking deep inside the world's most dangerous movements. Stuart Kinlough/Ikon Images/Getty Images hide caption

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'It Gets To You.' Extremism Researchers Confront The Unseen Toll Of Their Work

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A group from the Proud Boys confronts anti-Trump protesters outside Trump's 2020 campaign kickoff rally Tuesday in Orlando, Fla. The Proud Boys group is known for white nationalist and other extremist rhetoric. Chris O'Meara/AP hide caption

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Taly Kogon and her son Leo, 10, listen to speakers during an interfaith vigil against anti-Semitism and hate at the Holocaust Memorial late last month in Miami Beach, Fla. Wilfredo Lee/AP hide caption

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Is There A Cure For Hate?

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