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Sharon Whitehurst essay gets a Top 10 on CM, Ever, Rating

Critique is from highest level, from "Jim," who heretofore had rated a tie for Number 1 for Gordon Crump's G. Crump: How I discovered Columbia . . . when Columbus didn't, and Julia Ann Pickett's Raising Julia Ann Pickett was a full-time, full-town chore. "Jim" has not filled in the rest of the Top 10, but this is a good start. Other readers would surely put many of 'Jim' piece in the Top Ten Greatest CM Articles, Ever, list, we're sure. - Ed Waggener

"Jim" writes:
Ms. Whitehurst's compelling Civil War essay has got to rank among the top 10 - possibly among the top five - Greatest CM Articles Ever."Jim"
Comments above re article 43839 The War Between the States A retrospective

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