Army refuses to take Confederate general names off streets

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A New York congresswoman is vowing to fight the Army after it told her it will not rename two streets at a New York City base that are currently named after Confederate generals

The controversy centers on Stonewall Jackson Drive and General Lee Avenue in Brooklyn's Fort Hamilton. The streets were named after Lee and Jackson “in the spirit of reconciliation” after the war, the Army argued. Should the Army take down the street names?

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