Tony Horwitz's, Confederates in the Attic: America's Unfinished Civil War
What does Horwitz discover in his travels about the memory of the war in the south? How do these memories affect us today? What does Horwitz see as the underlying problem in the remembrance of the war and race in the United States and how can these issues be addressed?
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