Kevin Levin

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Historian who blogs about the history and legacy of the civil war at CWmemory.com

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Yesterday, the  US Supreme Court said  Texas does not have to provide state license plants that include the Confederate Flag.  But the flag still flies in some southern states,…

Charleston Aftermath: Race, Civil Rights and the Confederate Flag

Yesterday, the US Supreme Court said Texas does not have to provide state license plants that include the Confederate Flag.  But the flag still flies in some southern states,…

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