July 25, 2024

Honoring Our Confederate Heritage & Virtues

presented by US Patriot Flags

Understanding Robert E. Lee

It’s a tough task to understand Robert E. Lee. He was around a very long time ago. His family had slaves, but he never purchased any though. He had contempt for the practice of keeping slaves. He said that there were people that would not acknowledge that slavery was a bad thing. Lee lived in a time where the nation was put second behind the states.

Key Takeaways:

  • Lee was against slavery, considered is immoral and evil.
  • State pride was valued above the nation’s in Lee’s time, especially in Virginia.
  • Without Lee, the Civil War would have been longer, and he helped the south after the war.

“Robert E. Lee is a complex figure, molded by a complex time, who tried to do right.”