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A Confederate memorial in Helena, Montana. Photo: Montanabw
Officials in Montana acted quickly after Indian lawmakers called for the removal of a Confederate monument in the state's capital city. But President Donald Trump and Secretary Ryan Zinke are singing a different tune when it comes to the nation's painful past.
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