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SO GINGERLY WE TAKE THE STATUES DOWN King Grossman In Charlottesville, Virginia, General Robert E. Lee rides his bronze steed at a gallop into the air-conditioned museum. In Washington, D.C., General John F. Kelly sits on the cushioned chair as White House Chief of Staff. These so-called good soldiers turned away from deeper threads then and now are acquittals for Orwell’s timeless 1984. If only reality were a sophist space to fret over or offer twisted appreciation of our brutal future. If injustice and death dealing for raw power were sculpted with clay and forever placed behind glass in an exhibit. 

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The Paragon Journal - Issue Ten  

The Paragon Journal is an online literary journal that specializes in helping younger authors find their way in the literary world.

The Paragon Journal - Issue Ten  

The Paragon Journal is an online literary journal that specializes in helping younger authors find their way in the literary world.

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