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February 7, 2019



(Editor’s Note: The following is the second part of a two-part editorial.)

Post-war reconciliation is not unusual. On Dec. 8, 1863, President Abraham Lincoln presented his plan for reconstruction, including terms of amnesty for former Confederates. On Christmas Day, 1868, President Andrew Johnson extended a full pardon and amnesty “for the offense of treason against the United States” to former Confederates. America spent millions of dollars helping the people of Japan and Germany get back on their feet after World War II and punished only those Axis leaders who perpetrated the most...



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