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Robert E. Lee Reconsidered ~ The Imaginative Conservative

By Craig Montesano Clearly, Robert E. Lee’s reputation has plummeted from the lofty height it once occupied. It is time to clear a path through the rubble of toppled statues and discarded plaques to examine the qualities of the authentic Lee, as well as the… Continue Reading “Robert E. Lee Reconsidered ~ The Imaginative Conservative”

Robert E. Lee the Philosopher – The Imaginative Conservative

By Richard M. Weaver Robert E. Lee once uttered one of history’s most searching observations: “It is well that war is so terrible, or we should grow too fond of it.” What is the meaning of this statement, which is richer than a Delphic saying?… Continue Reading “Robert E. Lee the Philosopher – The Imaginative Conservative”

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