SOURCE: The New Republic
Why is a Senate Office Building Still Named for an Unrepentant Segregationist and White Supremacist?
Texas Senator Ted Cruz decried efforts to "sanitize history" and argued that "the journey of the United States has been a steady journey toward freedom" by way of explaining why he did not support removing segregationist Senator Richard Russell's name from a Senate office building. But few Democrats will candidly support change either.
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