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Should Neo-Nazis Be Fired From Their Jobs?

After being profiled as Neo-Nazis Next Door in the New York Times, Tony and Maria Hovater soon found themselves without jobs.

As Nazis, their views are clearly repugnant. But should they have lost their jobs as a result of their political beliefs, no matter how unsavory?

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