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LeBron James
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Et Tu, LeBron?

James didn’t defend free speech. But in China, the NBA has made a mess that its biggest star can’t be expected to clean up.

A protester in a march holds a sign reading "White supremacy is terrorism."
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The Fight Against White Nationalism Is Different

A growing chorus of voices is calling for the U.S. government to treat the threat from white-nationalist terrorists like the threat from Islamist extremists. The fight against ISIS offers some lessons—but also a cautionary tale on U.S. failures to combat an ideology.