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Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. August 25, 2017. Newsweek. "As Confederate Statues Fall, the Group Behind Most of Them Stays Quiet".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. August 25, 2017. BBC Newshour Extra. "An historian’s view: what do statues of Robert E. Lee represent?".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. August 23, 2017. The Daily Beast. "American Has More Than 100 Roads Named for the President of the Confederacy".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. August 21, 2017. Upworthy. "A major university in the South just removed its Confederate statues overnight".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. August 19, 2017. Neues Deutschland. "Trump belebt den Bürgerkrieg".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. August 19, 2017. CNN. "Historians: ‘Defending history’ is complicated in the U.S.".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. August 18, 2017. Independent (Ireland). "Confederate Monuments are not mere “harmless history”".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. August 18, 2017. The Globe and Mail (Canada). "Symbols in the South: A turning point for Confederate monuments".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. August 18, 2017. Information (Copenhagen, Denmark). "Nu fjernes sydstatsmonumenterne i ly af natten".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. August 18, 2017. The Washington Post. "Robert E. Lee discouraged monuments. They ‘keep open the sores of war,’ he wrote".

David Goldfield, Robert Lee Bailey Professor of History. History. August 17, 2017. Bustle. "Around 100 Schools Are Named After Confederate Leaders, So What Happens Now?".

David Goldfield, Robert Lee Bailey Professor of History. History. August 17, 2017. The Week. "10 Things You Need to Know Today: Baltimore mayor orders Confederate monuments removed".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. August 17, 2017. U.S. News. "The Lost Cause President".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. August 17, 2017. KNX/CBS News Radio, Los Angeles. "Radio interview about Confederate monuments".

David Goldfield, Robert Lee Bailey Professor of History. History. August 16, 2017. The New York Times. "Baltimore Mayor Had Statues Removed “In Best Interest Of My City”".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. August 16, 2017. Mic. "White women helped build the statues sparking conflict across the South".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. August 16, 2017. The New York Times. "Why Confederate Monuments Must Fall".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. August 16, 2017. The Washington Post. "The Whole Point of Confederate Monuments is to Celebrate White Supremacy".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. August 15, 2017. Politifact. "Did Confederate monuments gain prominence during the civil rights era?".

Karen L. Cox, Professor of History. History. August 15, 2017. Politifact/Punditfact. "Did Confederate symbols gain prominence in the civil rights era?".

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