Hairy history

Best quote from an attendee of the new Lincoln Museum:
"The statues are so real, right down to the hair on their arms," she said. "It's very informative."
Personally, I think historians would have had to guess at the correct follicle spacing. The historians supervising hair implants really should have a disclaimer on display: "hair imaginatively reconstructed." Meanwhile, hairy arms are creating interest in constitutional interpretation, race relations, and military history ... if I understand this story correctly.