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[Add a summary here of where you've seen claims about this on the web. For instance, if the question is "Does Citrus Prevent Stroke?" collect some places where that claim has been made. If possible, track that claim to its origin, whether it is a piece of scientific research, an opinion column, or a fake news site. Try to find the most authoritative origin. Note: this is the history of the claim or question being raised -- save the true or false stuff for the next section. Examples: 1, 2, 3]
-Robert E. Lee opposed the erecting of Civil War monuments, but it's unclear if it was because he didn't want to see Confederate monuments or any type of Civil War monuments as a whole. Then to add fuel to the issue, with all the racial encounters today, minorities see these statues as representations of antagonism.
[Add a summary here of the larger context for this question and any evidence that that helps answer the question of the title. For instance, if the question is "Does Citrus Prevent Stroke?" collect some both previous research on the benefits of citrus when it comes to stroke as well as talk about the relative strength of different types of studies. If the origin of the claim is in a journal, newspaper, or website, you could evaluate the reliability of that source. Examples: 1, 2, 3]