Is Warm Springs' Charm Offensive?

The town of Warm Springs, Virginia has so much going for it - sweeping views of the Allegheny Mountains, healing thermal springs (sadly the historic Jefferson Pools are closed awaiting long overdue restoration), the enchanting Inn at Gristmill Square with its exquisite restaurant and micro pub. One thing that detracts from all of this charm is a Confederate statue of an unknown soldier in front of Bath County Courthouse. Erected by the United Daughters of the Confederacy in 1922, this statue is one of more than 50 Confederate monuments on the grounds of courthouses in the Commonwealth of Virginia. Following a flash installation by The Kudzu Project early Sunday morning, the Warms Springs sta

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