Sometimes they’re white nationalists, sometimes Christian nationalists, but as sociologist Samuel Perry says, “It’s complicated, but it’s essentially an ethnic identity.”
Scott Porch is a contributing writer for The Daily Beast on books and politics. He is also a podcast producer for Starburns Audio and a contributing writer for Decider.
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