From The Publisher: Jul. 6, 1992

When correspondent Michael Riley became Atlanta bureau chief last year, high on the list of stories he wanted to tackle was a look at one of America's most intractable problems: race hate. His report this week is not the usual arm's-length examination but a rare -- and frightening -- closeup view of hatemongering by white supremacists.

Mike has a special gift for putting a human face on issues. A staff member since 1985, he has produced trenchant essays on Michael Dukakis' failed presidential aspirations and a moving account of a hometown reception given the body of a young Marine, one of...

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