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United we stand, divided we fall -- and how!

Peace, it's wonderful -- if only the troublemakers would give it a chance to take hold.

A year ago in Charlottesville, Va., all was chaos and division as warring factions faced off against each other and began their own private civil war. Protesters marched as did counter-protesters. Casualties mounted; they included 32-year-old Heather Heyer, and the suspect in her death was a self-proclaimed

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