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Some claim the Civil War was over taxation. The only true tax levied prior to the War was an excise tax during the Washington administration that did not affect cotton, rice, tobacco, or most products grown and distributed by the hands of the enslaved in the southern states.

To the Marshall Police Department: I would like to personally thank you not only on my behalf, but on that of all of the members of Educators for Public Service.

Editor’s note: Our Feb. 26 editorial is based on our stories printed in the Dec. 11, 2019 edition and the Feb. 7, 2020 edition and reflects a different narrative and comments made by the commissioners at that time. The piece appeared on the opinion page as an editorial and written by the Edi…