St.Paul Pioneer Press: Extremists re-emerging after 9/11 hiatus

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Activity increases as membership jumps
[...] Radical right-wing activity slowed after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, as internal disagreements erupted over the merits of the attacks and leaders of several organizations died or went to jail, several authorities said. But the groups are becoming more active ? distributing leaflets in neighborhoods, holding public rallies, starting Web sites and reaching out to like-minded activists overseas.
[...] Don Black, a former Alabama Ku Klux Klan leader, said white separatists are seeing more Internet activity turn into "real-world activism."