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Most criticism came from intervention advocates, who branded the report a partisan whitewashing of Obama’s failed Syria policies.
The whitewashing that the facts often get didn’t happen in this situation.
After Charlottesville, people have taken down Confederate statues in several cities and campuses, while others have warned that removing historical monuments can create a dangerous whitewashing of history.
Restoring Dzerzhinsky to a place of honor reminds Mr. Magdeyev of the whitewashing of history by Soviet textbooks.
However, the subject is anathema to the government, which prefers to speak only of the Poles who risked their lives to save Jews, sparking some criticisms of historical whitewashing.
Padres relievers Ryan Buchter, Brad Hand and Brandon Maurer each threw a scoreless inning, sealing the whitewashing.
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