Confederates at the Capitol: Take the Poll

"Our new government is founded upon ... the great truth that the Negro is not equal to the white man."

So said Alexander Stephens, the vice president of the Confederacy, and a man whose marble bust has a place of honor at the Georgia state Capitol.

Historians and others are debating whether believers in white supremacy still deserve a place in public history displays. Now you can weigh in, too.

Vote in the AJC's poll on which Confederate artifacts to keep and which to send to storage. And read the AJC's story on the controversy here.