There are growing Nazi movements in over 30 countries. Real Nazi movements. There is an understandable temptation to hope that all this will simply dissolve as the international economy recovers, and as individual nations respond in their own ways. That's a mistake.
Globally, World Without Nazism has identified more than 1,000 resurgent Nazi movements. While the U.S. has not been immune from outbreaks of terrifying right-wing violence, the real action is in Europe. There needs to be a carefully considered American response.
In Germany, Freya von Moltke was described as a resistance fighter. Her resistance was in aiding her husband to thwart the Nazis, from helping Jewish friends, to spreading word of camps, to plotting a new government.