Nothing is ever “set in stone,” not even stones, writes Walter Nicklin By Walter Nicklin Nothing is ever “set in stone,” not even stones. As the Confederate monuments come down, the stories we tell ourselves, more malleable than stone, become subject to annotation and amendment, even revision. We need stories, whether they are true or…
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