This summer has had more than its share of violence targeting innocents. There was the lone gunman who entered a bar in Alabama and  shot 17 strangers. A few days later, James Eagen Holmes killed 12 and injured 58 moviegoers during a midnight attack at an Aurora, Colorado theatre.

Those tragedies were widely described as "senseless," since there was no apparent ideological motivation behind the massacres.

Such was not the case when Wade Michael Page entered a Sikh temple in Wisconsin and murdered six parishioners in cold blood. Page was part of a subculture of hate in America that reviles religious and ethnic minorities. For over a decade he contributed to neo-Nazi, white supremacist movements through his hate music.

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