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11 S. J. Pol'y & Just. 8 (2017)
War and White Supremacists: How Use of the Military in War Overseas Empowers White Supremacists at Home

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WAR   AND   WHITE SUPREMACISTS: HOW USE OF THE MILITARY IN
  WAR   OVERSEAS EMPOWERS WHITE SUPREMACISTS AT HOME

                             By: William Y. Chin*

                                     Table of Contents
 I. Introduction
 II. War leading to white supremacist infiltration of the military
 A.  Political leaders
 B.  Military leaders
 C.  White supremacists
 III. White supremacists infiltrate and exploit the military
 A.  White supremacists state their goals
 B.  White supremacists proclaim their infiltration of the military
 C.  White supremacists succeed in infiltrating the military
 D.  White supremacists seek training and weapons
    1. Training
    2. Weapons
    E. White supremacists are a significant presence in the military
 IV. The repercussions of white supremacist infiltration of the military
 V. Ending white supremacist exploitation of the military
 A.  Impose  stricter standards to enter the military
 B.  Incentivize recruiters to screen out white supremacists
 C.  Suppress white supremacy activity and discharge white supremacists
    1. The military may prohibit racist tattoos
    2. The military may prohibit racist provoking words
    3. The First Amendment does not protect racist speech in the military
    4. The military may discharge servicemembers who participate in extremist
 organizations
   5. The military may prohibit servicemembers from accessing hate sites
   6. The military may prohibit white supremacist recruitment
   7. The military may prohibit servicemembers from threatening civilian
 leaders
   8. The military may prohibit racist activity
   9. The military may prohibit servicemembers from participating in groups
 that advocate overthrowing the U.S. government
 D.  Adopt  a zero-tolerance approach
 E.  Limit wars
 V. Conclusion




 Professor Chin teaches Race and the Law and Lawyering at Lewis and Clark Law School.
Professor Chin thanks Daniel Messenger for his research assistance and Paul L. Boley Law
Library staff members for their assistance.
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