Harvard University president and author Drew Gilipin Faust (“This Republic of Suffering”) and filmmaker Ric Burns discuss the documentary “Death and the Civil War,” which airs Sept. 18 on public television. The two-hour film explores how and why the loss of 750,000 Americans in the Civil War fundamentally changed the nation’s thinking about, and approach to, death, burial, and public mourning.
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