So suggests Kevin Levin. Indeed, it would seem over for him. As he puts it:
We’ve commemorated the trifecta of our Civil War Sesquicentennial, which in my mind includes Emancipation, Gettysburg, and the 54th Massachusetts Volunteer Infantry. Other than the 150th anniversary of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address, what else is there to acknowledge?
Plenty, I’d say, but I’ll offer my opinion tomorrow. How would you answer the question?