CWPT and the Cult of Personality

In my criticisms of Civil War Preservation Trust, I have avoided personalities and focused strictly on the awful policies authorized by the membership of this organization.

That approach may be more difficult to follow in the future. In its recent coverage of the group, National Geographic could not contain their enthusiasm for the great leader; now newspapers are getting into the act: "Man on a mission." "A major player." "[H]e's terrific at is judging talent [23 staff, no historians]."
Every day, I feel like Robert E. Lee - there are more of them (the enemy), and they keep on coming. They have the technology, they have the money.
The members were never of any account. Partners are now in the shade. The Leader has emerged. We shall be seeing much more of him, I'm certain.