Flying the Confederate Battle Flag in the North is a Special Sort of Disgrace
by Daniel Koch
Upstate New York was once the most pro-Lincoln and anti-slavery part of the Union. The growing presence of Confederate symbols there insults the region's history and contributions paid in blood for freedom.
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