As statues fall around the world, at what point does righteous anger turn into revisionist inquisition?
Jul 13 2020 — Rosie DiManno — Welland Tribune — Sun., July 12, 2020timer5 min. read I was at Firdos Square in Baghdad on April 9, 2003, when the giant bronze statue of Saddam Hussein was toppled. It’s an event that has been rewritten and reframed from multiple perspectives in the years since, mostly by people who weren’t present. The square was not as crowded […]