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Nelson Rosit, Grand Forks, letter: South felt itself ‘to be a separate union’

Published 07/31/2010

If Robert E. Lee, Jefferson Davis and Stonewall Jackson are portrayed as men without virtue and honor, then it is a small step to portraying George Washington, Thomas Jefferson and Andrew Jackson — Southern slave owners all — in the same light.

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