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Now, as then, passions surrounding the conflict ignite a storm of words and emotions.
Ignorance abounds on both sides of the issue, and where ignorance reigns, peace will never be known.
Knoxville is a town that has long confused demolition, with progress.
Again proving that 'Living' in Knoxville is a contradiction.
Mr. Neely,Why is writing historical program notes "a surprising role for a Texan"? J.P. LongKnoxville
Good fences make good neighbors!
Perhaps we tend to celebrate ‘our’ version of the past, because we’ve destroyed so much of it in our attempt to become ‘citified’! We have long confused demolition with progress.
Knoxville again proves that it has long confused demolition, with progress.
Knoxville is a town who has long confused demolition, with progress.