I highly value the comments of my readers; however, I ask that you stop using the phrase ‘politically correct’ since I have no idea what it means. It seems to be a quick way of stating some kind of disagreement, but as to its more specific content I admit to being clueless. So I suggest that instead of referring to it you explain your position clearly and concisely.
As many of you know I am very interested in questions relating to how public spaces have been used by various groups to maintain political control as well as control of the way we remember as a nation. There is a very rich literature on this and I hope to add to it with my work on postwar commemorations and memory of the battle of the Crater.
Feel free to voice your informed opinion, but if you expect me to respond make sure that you have an argument, and that means a set of assumptions followed by a conclusion.