Gov. Bob McDonnell’s ‘confederacy month’ provokes debate over civil rights sensibilities

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Confederate History Month is officially back in Virginia, but not without its fair share of controversy. Virginia Governor Bob McDonnell declared the month of April “Confederacy Month.” The proclamation was met by fanfare, applause, and loud protest.

Takeaway Washington Correspondent Todd Zwillich joins the show with voices he gathered south of the Potomac who weigh in on the controversial memorial month.

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