READ ☆ The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History

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  Most Americans trust that their history professors and high school teachers will give students honest and accurate information   The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History  makes it uite clear that liberal professors have misinformed our children for generations Professor Thomas E Woods Jr takes on the most controversial moments of American history and exposes how history books are merely a series of clichés drafted by academics The Politically Kindle who are heavily biased against Go.

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  • murph

    READ ☆ The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History The Politically Incorrect Guide to American HistoryYou could shorten the title to simply incorrectUsually the words politically incorrect announce someone who is proud of having gone against the grain Thomas E Woods is here to show us that a person can be unusually proud of committing


  • Justin

    READ ☆ The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History The Politically Incorrect Guide to American HistoryFinally an easy way to display my ignorance and political extremism to friends If you want to waste your time and money than this book is for you This book has the same level of truth and scholarship as the crazy ranting homeless man you cross the street to avoid but without the personality Woods' book pays homage to the worst extremism of the right wingers and libertarians Not content to destroy the present Woods' books is a hideous attempt to pervert the past and our understanding of American history If you need a good laugh or are an ignorant buffoon intent on att


  • Celestia

    READ ☆ The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History The Politically Incorrect Guide to American HistoryThis book was incredibly eye opening The DC says we are to waste out our days bringing hidden things to light This book helps you to do that The author goes through the span of US history from the Pilgrims to Bill Clinton exposing what the popular myths are So I learned the following the Native Americans were not the first American environmentalists the revolutionary war was was of a return to common law rights of Englishmen rather than a rebellion the Civil War wasn't really about slavery secession of the southern states wasn't treason; they were just exercising the right that New York Rhode Island and Virginia had stipulated when they ratified the Constitution This was the right that they could withdraw from the union if they ever felt the new government became oppressive Lincoln wanted to send black Americans to Africa in his fourth debate with Douglas Lincoln said that he did not


  • Nate

    READ ☆ The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History The Politically Incorrect Guide to American HistoryThe concept behind this book is great There are a slew of historical facts that are so vastly over simplified when you are a kid in history class that they end up effectively being lies Many history books and teachers also present complicated constitutional issues as if they are simple with of course the history teacher's view presented as the one true view The problem with this book is that Woods does these exact same things but he seems to think it's somehow better because he's coming from the conservative angle instead of the liberal He has some great facts in here but they are polluted by the fact that he is a conservative idealogue first and a historian secondThe best example I can think of is comparing his chapter on Reagan and the greed of the 80s to his chapter on Clinton Die hard Clintonistas like to ignore anything bad about the guy and Woods' Clinton chapter is an amusing attack that brings up some o


  • Robin Damgaard

    READ ☆ The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History The Politically Incorrect Guide to American HistoryRon Paul recommends this book Enough said


  • Sabio

    READ ☆ The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History The Politically Incorrect Guide to American HistoryHistory is always presented by those in powerAcademics have a vested interest that it is presented their wayThis is a good counter balance


  • Chris

    READ ☆ The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History The Politically Incorrect Guide to American HistoryHistory is written by the winners looking upon the past through rose colored glassesThis book negates the tintIt has some of the well known open secrets like Jefferson fathered his slave babies and Kennedy had affairs and used ghost writers but he mostly fills the book with the effects of well intentioned programs there's less integration in school districts with forced bussing programs that were meant to diversify the schools the reasons behind certain decisions why the founding fathers preferred a solid constitution rather than England's living document and excerpts of speeches that don't place the speaker in a good light Honest Abe thought blacks should never be jurors never be allowed to vote could never be eual and should always be inferior to whites Lincoln also looked into deporting all blacks immediately following the warAlso in the book are chapters about blatant lying and cheating and vote stealing that were thought to have


  • David

    READ ☆ The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History The Politically Incorrect Guide to American HistoryI started listening to this in an attempt to have balanced opinions and education about American history Unfortunately this is not really a history book It is conservative propaganda and as such leaves out huge parts of the story Most of the book may very well be fact but it is fact in the same way that negative political ads are It presents select examples as proof that a much broader generalization is truth For example since some Native American tribes benefited in the short term from trade with the colonists the prevailing view of early Americans as genocida


  • Oldbluebus

    READ ☆ The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History The Politically Incorrect Guide to American HistoryAddition to my high school curriculum


  • Alan

    READ ☆ The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History The Politically Incorrect Guide to American HistoryThis book while unpopular in liberal minded circles provides a lot of insight into some of the significant events in our Nation's history that are often overlooked in most of our high school history books The book describes how far our Nation has fallen from what it was originally intended to be For me at least this is a very discouraging reality I am an admirer of what the Founders originally put forth into this country via the Bill of Rights and the Constitution However many people find that they are of little use in today's Western 21st century 'modern' society Regardless of how you feel on the matter the reality is that the farther this Nation has fallen from the founding p