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Author Gene Kizer, Jr. Defends the South to the Editor of a Charleston, SC Newspaper

  (Photo: Gene Kizer, Jr) by Gene Kizer Jr, July 12, 2019, with an Intro by Diane Rufino This post is to give you some FOOD FOR THOUGHT……. And perhaps even to inspire you to action, which I hope will … Continue reading

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Rethinking the Southern Secession Movement of 1861

by Diane Rufino, July 23, 2017 The question is: Was the Civil War fought over the issue of Slavery?  I won’t deny that slavery was an issue that inflamed the passions of both sections of the country and put each … Continue reading

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Those Who are Tearing Down Confederate Monuments are Forcing Selective Amnesia on Americans

by Diane Rufino, July 27, 2017 In this era when Southern (Confederate) leaders, symbols, generals, buildings, etc are being erased from our memory and history, and vilified in our conversations because of their connection to slavery, I wanted to take … Continue reading

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