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Good points, as always, although in the case of Fort Sanders "the massive numbers of people who live in Knoxville for a short, memorable time in their lives" works at cross purposes with preserving those memories. Whereas, in New Orleans, it's the city's preserved in aspic aspect that draws so many people there in the first place. Plus there are - or were - vast stretches of the city that few of those visitors ever set foot in (which is oddly rather like Knoxville and it's seasonal crop of students)
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