Our American history is tied largely to Europe, and there are lessons about family that are immutable. Yes, learning about our history can yield many insights.

This article will relate the family dynamic of a war hero father and his son, who rejected all that his father stood for. Does this sound familiar? Does this question engender some psycho-historical examination?

James Fritz is a member of Historic Gettysburg Adams County.

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