Nationalism has taken on a new voice in American politics. And it's growing in allies around the world. The Atlantic's Graeme Wood — author of "His Kampf," an article in The Atlantic's June issue about Richard Spencer, leader of the alt-right movement, who happens to be Graeme's high school classmate — White House Correspondent Rosie Gray and Editor in Chief Jeffrey Goldberg discuss the future of the movement in the era of Trump and what it means for our country, our allies and our democracy going forward.
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