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When were the majority of statues of the Confederate generals put up? (group1)Updated automatically every 5 minutes

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Answer: 1960s

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-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.

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