NEW C-VILLE COVER STORY: The price of history

One hundred and forty-five years ago, the Wilderness in Orange County was the site of one of the Civil War’s bloodiest battles. Today, it is the future home of a Wal-Mart. How did this happen, and must it be stopped? Those are the issues that Kathryn Faulkner reports on in this week’s cover story. Must we pay a high price or an everyday low price when it comes to history?

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