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This quick and enjoyable read is packed with unfamiliar quotes, informative sidebars, iconoclastic viewpoints, and a list of books "you're not supposed to read." It is not a comprehensive or detailed study, but that is not its aim; instead, it offers ideas for further research and a challenge to readers to dig deeper and analyze some basic assumptions about American history--a worthy goal that Woods manages to reach. --Shawn Carkonen
The battles of Concord and Lexington were to save their arms and ammunition from confiscation; Woods does not explain these facts.
This book brings back to life the honest truths, things such as the fact that many state department liberals in the 50s were in fact communist agents in the 30s.
It should be noted that, while I recommend this book to everyone interested in American history, it can be read by high school students.
Everyone needs one or two of these books... so maybe their children can know the truth and not what being taught in most schools about American History... if any...Published 11 days ago by Nancy L. Harp
Gives background and fleshes out flat characters form historyPublished 20 days ago by warren a wilson
Well written and documented facts that seem to have been lost or ignored.Published 1 month ago by Mike J. Mazzola
The book was very well written. The author knows what he is talking about. The facts were acurate and the information was well researched.Published 2 months ago by whydoesitmatter
Teaching AP US History and using Thomas E. Woods Jr.'s PIG book is a match made in perfect liberty!!!
History books are written by people with an agenda . This can be said of this book also of course but I like to get all the facts on the table and decide myself not allowing others... Read morePublished 4 months ago by mormonboy
It's pretty much what you expect from this series. A lot of snarky shots at anyone and everyone supported by the "Mainsteam, Liberal" community. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jeremy