Category Archives: War and the Moral Consequences

Can Virginia Military Institute Survive Without Its Core Identity?

Can Virginia Military Institute survive without its identity? The current hysteria over cleansing America of its statuary misses the point: one can not erase the past. It can be forgotten over time, but at some point an archaeologist will dig … Continue reading

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An Article Worth Considering

Reed Bonadonna a VMI graduate has a very interesting blog, I was particularly struck by this post of his, here. FYI he was a year behind me at the I and we had very little in common. ┬áThis is a … Continue reading

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