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“The problem the authorities faced on Jan. 6 was not an inability to respond, but failure to anticipate the threat,” Dr. Martha Crenshaw, senior fellow at Stanford University’s Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies wrote in her Feb. 10 op-ed for the New York Times. In conversation with Leonard Lopate on WBAI, she examines the ways the national security apparatus missed the mark on domestic terrorism and what can be done to disrupt the same kinds of white nationalist groups that were behind the Capitol riots. READ MORE
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