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March 06, 2012


Jaconda Wagner

Interesting dispute. I suggest you do a search for the Elgin Marbles and take a look at that argument. Basically, the question is should the US, British and other western governments return the culturally significant pieces taken from ancient civilizations such as India, Africa, the Middle East or other countries during colonization, war, or slavery. I have mixed feelings. I like to see these things at the museums and it serves to educate me and others; however, I understand the desire to have the culture on the home front.

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