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Here’s Why Robert E. Lee Opposed Putting Up Confederate Monuments

As it remains to be seen whether Charlottesville, Virginia, will keep its statue of General Robert E. Lee—a debate that sparked a rally and counter-protests that resulted in at least one death and multiple injuries—one may naturally wonder what the leader of the Confederate Army of Northern Virginia would do. While we’ll never what he…
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