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When the Culture Wars Hit Fort Wayne
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When the Culture Wars Hit Fort Wayne

Published: July 31, 2020  |  45 min read, 9048 words
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A quiet Indiana city declared a holiday to celebrate its founder. In the age of Trump, nothing is ever that simple.Volunteer re-enactors at the Old Fort in Fort Wayne, Indiana, display a portrait of General ‘Mad’ Anthony Wayne on Wayne Day, July 16, 2019. | Stacy KranitzFORT WAYNE, Ind.—One chilly February evening last year in this Midwestern town where I grew up, a city council member named Jason Arp : Starting that summer, the city should annually celebrate a “General ‘Mad’ Anthony Wayne Day.”My hometown is a rust-belt industrial city of a quarter-million people on the confluence of three... READ MORE
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