Lacy Ford

Professor of History, University of South Carolina

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Professor and History Department Chair at the University of South Carolina and author of Deliver Us from Evil: The Slavery Question in the Old South

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Democrats Mark Warner and Tim Kaine abandoned Confederate History Month when they were governors of Virginia. Republican Bob McDonnell has  revived it .

Confederate History Month in Virginia

Democrats Mark Warner and Tim Kaine abandoned Confederate History Month when they were governors of Virginia. Republican Bob McDonnell has revived it .

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