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Ammon Bundy has been looking for another battle since the takeover of the Malheur Wildlife Refuge. With a new administration promising increased regulation of public lands use, he may choose one soon.
Governments have recently addressed the problem of memorializing the Confederacy on public land. Why should monuments in cemeteries like Arlington or on Civil War battlefields be treated differently?
by Dina Gilio-Whitaker
The national park system has long been lauded as “America’s greatest idea,” but only relatively recently has it begun to be more deeply questioned.
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