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Old 03-20-2019, 09:25 AM
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I only drove through Shreveport once without stopping in 1972 long before little Albert was conceived.
Oddly, he turned 6 that year.
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Oddly, he turned 6 that year.
Ooops, I guess I didn't drive by his elementary school in 1972.
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There is a ton of revisionist history surrounding Cobb, As a historian you have to weigh first-hand accounts ahead of theory. Cobb was a very complicated person and not a real good person. The people that want to cleanse the image get very passionate about it but the first-hand accounts are not pleasant.
In modern, social media driven society, when it comes to judging people of the past, sanctimony is the order of the day. The irony is that people who claim to be "good", seem to go out of their way to try and find - and even publicize - only the bad in others, regardless of how truthful it is.
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