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Talking to a Man Named Mr. Cotton About Slavery and Confederate Monuments

Talking to a Man Named Mr. Cotton About Slavery and Confederate Monuments

Please sign up here to have the Race/Related newsletter delivered weekly to your inbox.blaming “many sides” for the violence.A year later, public debate over Confederate iconography has quieted down. But have feelings really evolved? Are we any closer as a country to coming to terms with how to confront our shameful history, or are we…


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blaming “many sides” for the violence.

A year later, public debate over Confederate iconography has quieted down. But have feelings really evolved? Are we any closer as a country to coming to terms with how to confront our shameful history, or are wequietly hurtling toward another eruption of violence?

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