"The white supremacists lynched themselves in Charlottesville." Indeed, they did. Christopher Cantwell is in police custody. Anti-Nazi demonstrators have since marched peacefully in the thousands. Talk of non-Islamist extremism has acquired a new urgency, as has the debate about how best to thwart online recruitment. The all-important line between the defence of Western values and the glorification of an ethno-state has sharpened dramatically—witness Ezra Levant's efforts to purge and reboot Rebel Media. Challenges remain, including counter-productive anti-fascist violence. But even here, white-supremacist violence is inspiring an equal and opposite "commitment to nonviolence."