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Phillip Tutor: The ticking clock on Alabama’s Confederate memorials


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A statue on Jacksonville's Public Square honoring Confederate soldiers. 

The Alabama Memorial Preservation Act was supposed to shield the state’s forest of Confederate monuments from the damnable people who want them excised from public spaces.

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A monument to Confederate Maj. John Pelham at 12th Street and Quintard Avenue in Anniston. 

Phillip Tutor — — is a Star columnist. Follow him at