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In “From the Archives”: New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu spoke passionately this week about his controversial decision to remove Confederate monuments from public spaces. New Orleans is not the only city taking such steps – and in places like Charlottesville, Virginia, it’s been met with protests. The question of what to do with Confederate symbols has taken on greater urgency following the mass murder at a historically black church in Charlestown, South Carolina in 2015. Immediately following the murders, there was a nationwide movement to strip the Confederate flag from our public spaces. Here’s Diane’s show on what happened and why.
- Alan S. Blinder Professor of economics and public affairs, Princeton University, former vice chairman, Federal Reserve Board.
- Matea Gold Reporter covering money and politics, The Washington Post
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