WP: ‘Why the IRS puts white-nationalist groups in the same category as orchestras, planetariums and zoos’

Max Ehrenfreund writes for the Washington Post:

The white nationalist movement has its intellectual roots in an old tradition of justifying racial prejudice through appeals to nonscientific theories of human evolution. The movement’s adherents generally espouse discredited ideas about race, arguing that there are important hereditary differences between people of different races.

Who says their theories of human evolution are not scientific? Who says their ideas about race and hereditary are discredited? According to whom?

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