|by Paul de Armond Showing the Freemen as cardboard "extremists," the media has not explored the cohesive ideology and -- more importantly -- theology|
|by Paul de Armond Current beliefs of extremists can be directly linked to bizarre 18th century racist theories|
|by Paul de Armond A chain of deep convictions connects most groups across a wide range of opinion and belief|
|by Devin Burghart and Robert Crawford Fueled by farm forclosures in the 1980's, the Freemen movement gains converts|
|by Devin Burghart and Robert Crawford Origins of the Montana compound where Freemen face down federal authorities|
|by Jeff Elliott A common-law court in our own backyard takes justice into its own hands|
|by Philip E. Daoust Introducing a new series on forestry issues, with a close look at the complex and important "salvage logging rider"|
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