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 Posted: Wed May 2nd, 2007 05:03 pm
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Just finished reading an article which features a walking tour of the Civil War statues in our nation's capital. All the statues are of Union generals. I can understand the thinking at the time they were chosen, but I am just wondering, do any of you think a Confederate general should have a statue on the streets or in the parks of Washington?

If so, what Confederate general or generals would you suggest? Of course--Robert E Lee. Should he be the only one? Should he even be there at all?

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