When The Cause Was Glorious: The Fields Of Gettysburg And The Nature Of Philanthropy

 

→ When The Cause Was Glorious: The Fields Of Gettysburg And The Nature Of Philanthropy

Thoughtful piece on the continuing effect the Battle of Gettysburg has on American society and the idea of giving. A great reminder of why every America should, at some point in their lives, make the pilgrimage to Gettysburg to experience for themselves what the writer is describing.

 
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