As white supremacist and other extreme right wing groups continue to grow, so too has an aggressive effort to defeat them. In the U.S., racist and sometimes violent supporters of President Donald Trump are often met, and overwhelmed, by groups of anti-fascists, some of whom refer to themselves as Antifa. Occasionally engaging in destructive acts of their own, their cause extends back almost a century, to an infamous street battle with pro-Hitler fascists in 1930s London.
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