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Reading this for a History class in college.
Floors me how many lies and absolute BS there are in history books! Read more
"Lies" just solidifies everything we have become to know as children in the American school system. Read morePublished 7 days ago by DanC
Excellent updated version. The first time I saw this book was at the Smithsonian. It's engaging to history lovers and takes an honest stance about a lot of history that was... Read morePublished 10 days ago by RACHEL B.
This book is briliant. I wish I would have read it years ago. I always felt something was wrong in elementary and high school with history. Read morePublished 12 days ago by newgarbagetruck
Bought it to pass on. Have passed on other copies previously. Provides info many of us didn't learn in school.Published 19 days ago by mrose887
Great insight into how historical things really happened not the white washed stuff so many people want to believe. Even our heroes had their foiblesPublished 20 days ago by Howard Helman
Every American should read this text. Perhaps if they did, there would be more middle ground between the political parties vying for top position in this country.Published 20 days ago by Jeanne McVerry