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Statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee is set for removal from perch in New Orleans

Gen. Robert E. Lee stood erect, arms crossed defensively over his chest, as workers in masks and protective vests gathered with power tools Friday to oust him from his prominent 133-year perch in the heart of New Orleans. Just after dawn, a removal crew converged around Lee Circle, a traffic roundabout...
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