Honoring the Honest Contradictions at James Madison's Montpelier Plantation
Reflections on a visit to "the memorial to James Madison and the enslaved community"
This simple sign, on a side path off the main road leading into James Madison’s family estate, Montpelier, encapsulates the fundamental contradiction that has plagued America since its founding.
As a religion scholar and a descendent of Baptists seven generations back from Georgia an…
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