January 19, 2001
A nineteen-year-old Ku Klux Klan grand wizard? It's not unheard of anymore. Nor are pro-white strongholds in the American heartland, extending far beyond the South. These are just some of the arresting observations in Peterson's documentary, which examines both racist and anti-racist factions. The film offers neither answers nor solutions, but poses alarming new questions about the future of this country's most polarizing-and according to many, most overlooked-ideological struggle.