Aditi RamaswamyFollowJun 29, 2021·1 min read…Blacks were inferior to Whites because, among other things, of the so-called biblical Curse of Ham. Actions, however, speak louder than words. At the time of the war’s outbreak, Lee had owned slaves for more than 30 years and in April 1861 he owned around 200 slaves. He may have, as a Christian, had reservations about slavery as a concept, but he had few qualms in…Three Myths About Robert E. Lee: It’s Time These Were Put to Rest2.4K42Paul CombsThis is a wonderful article! You’re exactly right. As someone who once fell for these ahistorical myths about Lee, I’m glad others are writing about his hypocrisy too.