] History museums are a repository for public memory, but also a nation's mirrors, reflecting self-image. When our views of history shift, museums that fail to change are likely to fail in general. Today's Washington Post reports on the struggle and decline of the Museum of the Confederacy
, contrasting it with the American Civil War Center
, nearby geographically, worlds away in philosophy.
posted by Miko
on Apr 4, 2007 -