Mark Potok: Confederate Flag Can ‘Lead’ People To Take ‘Action’
MITCHELL: "And do you think that the flag itself is more than a symbol? Is it an impetus to haters like the suspect in this case?"
POTOK: "Well, you know, I think symbols are important. They are things around which people rally. They are things that give people an identity. So I think they are something that helps people come up with cohesive ideologies and ultimately perhaps, you know, lead in that kind of way to action."