I don't see it coming down, because it's a little too close to home for Oregonians and yet too far for anyone that moved here in the last 10 years. It is a symbol of our own complicity, not some war general. We, some of us descendants, are here because of the "free" land and no Black people(plus Natives). It probably should come down.
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