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Can an employer fire someone for being a white supremacist?

In the days and weeks following the shocking white supremacist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, numerous names and faces of participants have been publicized by mainstream media. Employers, colleagues, classmates, friends and even family members may now be appalled to know that they are associated with a publicly recognized racist. Some employers have reacted quickly, terminating employees who showed up at the rally, hoping to distance their businesses from such individuals and their views. But can an employer legally fire someone for being a white supremacist? 

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