We should not commemorate individuals who were traitors to our country whether it be a statue or military base or any other governmental building. Yes, we should remember history so that we do not forget those darker times in our history. But to erect a statue or name something after a traitor conveys an undeserved honor. Manzanar is part of the National Parks Service in California. It is the site where innocent US citizens of Japanese descent were held. It serves as a reminder of a dark piece of our history and educates the visitors in the hopes that we will remember and not repeat the mistakes of our past. I would rather see similar sites that address that address the history of the Civil War (yes, I'm sure that they already exist in some places). I do not think we should be honoring the traitors who led the Confederate army. Remember them, yes, but for the traitors they were.