This illustrated collection of essays examines the controversy
surrounding the use and display of Confederate symbols in the
modern South. Prominent scholars from many disciplines explore the
battle between pro-Confederate-symbol forces (traditionalists) and
anti-Confederate-symbol forces (reconstructionists) as they
struggle to reconcile the values and customs of a racially
conservative Old South and a racially liberal New South.
Should the Confederate battle flag continue to fly atop a state
capitol dome, or does this "official" display violate the
constitutional rights of some citizens? Should Confederate flags
and monuments be removed completely from the landscape? Should
public funds be used to maintain Confederate monuments on
courthouse lawns, traffic islands, and public facilities? These are
a few of the questions addressed in this collection.
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