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The US Civil War drastically reshaped how Americans deal with death – will the pandemic?

By Gary Laderman, Goodrich C White Professor of Religion, Emory University
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The Civil War – the second-most-deadly event in US history, just behind COVID-19 –contributed to lasting changes in how Americans care for the dead.The Conversation


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