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How people join hate groups has been studied extensively, but researchers are still learning how people quit. In the July/August cover story "Addicted to Hate," Wes Enzinna reports on the some of the programs designed to help the men in extremist groups when they try to leave them. Life was hard enough for California's vineyard workers, then Trump threatened to deport them. Maddie Oatman travels with photographer, Mark Murrmann to examine the impact this has on this agricultural community in "Grapes of Fear". First time director, Raymond "Boots" Riley chats with reporter Michael Mechanic about his new film, "Sorry to Bother You." Also in this issue, the growth of solar in China, an Illinois town gets caught up in Ben Carson's crusade against fair housing, and vertical farming might not be the wave of the future as some have predicted.