For over thirty years, Ted Delaney, a professor at Washington and Lee University, wandered in the shadows cast by Confederate monuments and statues. After Charlottesville, he was both fired up and exhausted; reluctant and motivated to finally take on the legacy of a Confederate god who’d haunted him all his life.
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