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It’s actually easy to draw the line between Lee, Washington and Jefferson

Word is that President Trump and his strategist Stephen K. Bannon are especially pleased with the president’s question post-Charlottesville: Where does it stop? After the statues of Robert E. Lee are gone from places of public honor, does slave owner George Washington go next? Then Thomas Jefferson? Actually, it’s easy to draw the line. George […]
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