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Stop the Gettysburg Casino: Our Gettysburg Legacy

Originally published on HistoryNet.com. Published Online: September 16, 2010 
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Filmmaker Ken Burns, author David McCullough, actors Sam Waterston, Matthew Broderick, Stephen Lang, Medal of Honor recipient Paul W. Bucha, President Eisenhower's granddaughter Susan Eisenhower and Susan Star Paddock share their thoughts on why a casino at Gettysburg is unthinkable and unacceptable. What will be your legacy at Gettysburg? ...

For more information visit www.civilwar.org/nocasino

 


2 Responses to “Stop the Gettysburg Casino: Our Gettysburg Legacy”


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    Chico says:

    Matthew Broderick thinks "a casino at Gettysburg is unthinkable and unacceptable." I think murdering Anna Gallagher and her mother Margaret Doherty by driving on the wrong side of the road, then paying your way out of prison, is what's "unthinkable and unacceptable." Who cares what that guy says?

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    Nile says:

    Those people do not live in Adams County and pay taxes there so who cares what they think. MYOB. It is not on, next to or even visible from the federal land.

    Do you people really want want more governmental control over PRIVATE property?

    The people that died in the Civil War did not die for that.



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