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  • jackthetripper

    Good. Defending these statues as anything other than glorifying traitors who fought a war against the USA for the right to own people.

  • pundot

    For those who worry they will immediately forget all they ever knew about the civil war when not faced with daily contemplation at the base of a statue, they have these things called "books" and you can find them in "libraries". And, from what I'm told anyway, they actually contain a detailed indepth history of the civil war.

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