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I think that's a huge stretch, but if we're talking politicians or civic leaders, I do think the strongest cases would be made for those who contributed to civil rights, equity, grassroots empowerment, or other progressive goals. Certainly Humphrey's role as a civil rights champion at a time when that was a risky and unpopular stance contribute to his continued stature in Minneapolis. It's also always struck me as a little weird that AFAIK there isn't a Wellstone Ave.twincitizen wrote: ↑August 16th, 2018, 9:14 amTBH, opening this can of worms under the current political environment would probably mean that it could not possibly be named after any white man in history. I don't have a specific problem with that, just predicting that's where the public conversation would lead. Probably best to stick with trees
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