Thoughts on Confederate Statues from a Southern White Male
Rhett McLaughlin

It is important to point out that most of these statues are not from The Civil War, but merely about it.

The concept of a memorial depicting lynching is not that far-fetched, as some commenters indicate. Look at the Christian symbol of the cross, slave trade memorials, and holocaust displays as well.

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