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Posted on November 25, 2022 by Scott Johnson in Books, History, Slavery Uncancelled history: Robert E. Lee


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Scott Johnson

Nov. 25 2022

Douglas Murray has kicked off a podcast series entitled Uncancelled History with author Jonathan Horn. (I prefer to spell uncanceled with one “l,” American style.) Horn is a former White House speechwriter whose first book — The Man Who Would Not Be Washington (2015) — was a biography of Robert E. Lee. He is also the author, most recently, of Washington’s End (2020), about the man who was Washington.

Murray’s interview takes up the question of Lee and begins with the recent controversies over the statues depicting him. I think if you begin watching the video you are likely to continue to the end.

Nov 21, 2022
Jonathan Horn joins Douglas Murray on this episode to discuss Robert E. Lee’s infamous legacy. The two dissect his childhood, military career and life after the war. Should Robert E. Lee stay cancelled?

Uncancelled History re-evaluates events, people, and ideas that have otherwise been cancelled from the past. Learn more at www.uncancelledhistory.com

Douglas Murray is a British author and political commentator, who — along with his guests — looks at great figures of the past through their historical context.

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