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American Renaissance

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American Renaissance (shortened to AmRen) is an online white nationalist magazine, among the most popular and famous in the alt-right. It was started in 1990 by Jared Taylor, who is still its editor. Its content consists mainly of either aggregator-style reposts of race-related articles on other websites or original content promoting such well-worn bogus white nationalist concepts as "race realism",[1] Asian Americans as the "model minority",[2] and misrepresenting affirmative action as "reverse racism".[3] Good old-fashioned xenophobia is also a favorite.[4]

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