In 2012, a white supremacist murdered seven people at a Sikh temple in Oak Creek, Wisconsin. Like members of The Order and Timothy McVeigh, the shooter had been radicalized, in part, by reading The Turner Diaries. Despite some calls in congress to do more to counter domestic extremism, the temple shooting marked the beginning of a turn toward lethal attacks by far-right extremists.
Presented in partnership with Retro Report. Extremism in America is a part of Exploring Hate, a PBS content initiative from The WNET Group about the roots and rise of hate in America and across the globe.