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Robert E. Lee's Great-Great Grandson Condemns Charlottesville Violence — And Says It's 'Fine' To Remove Confederate Statues

With all the controversy over Donald Trump's epic mishandling of a national tragedy, right up to defending neo-Nazis on live TV, it's easy to forget how this all started. Charlottesville had voted to remove their statues of Confederate general Robert E. Lee, as people found them to be glorifying the side of the Civil War that [...]
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