Readers write: Letters to the editor, October 20, 2017

If we keep revising history, we'll soon have none left

Mr. O'Toole (Letters, Oct. 17) makes a good point. My memories of the statues which honor Civil War soldiers center around those in the county seat courtyards of rural districts in both North and South. They primarily portray the common soldier, Yank or Reb, and can generally be told apart only by the letters on their belt buckles.

I have not spent enough time in cities to pay much attention to the statues of the leaders of either...

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