Rewriting american history

Lee, Stonewall Jackson and J. Deviation from official propaganda was punished by confinement in labor camps and execution. Just by having the name of a Confederate, such as J. These leftists might demand that the name of my place of work — George Mason University — be changed.

The job of tyrants and busybodies is never done. Again, omitted from the History books…. Will its name be changed?

So I say, don't give them an inch in the first place. Also consider that roughly half of the 55 delegates to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia were slave owners. Will its name be changed? If we Americans give them an inch, they'll take a yard.

George Washington also owned slaves, and there's a monument to him, as well — the Washington Monument in Washington.

Just by having the name of a Confederate, such as J. Neither will go away through cultural cleansing. If we Americans give them an inch, they'll take a yard. Just imagine the task of purifying the nation's currency.

Historiography in the Soviet Union Nikolai Yezhov walking with Stalin in the top photo from the mid s. The job of tyrants and busybodies is never done.

These leftists might demand that the name of my place of work — George Mason University — be changed. Nathan Bedford Forrest, as well as the graves of Forrest and his wife, removed from the city park.

Will the people demanding a change in the name of J. When they accomplish one goal, they move their agenda to something else.

Historical negationism

It's not only Confederate statues that have come under attack. Williams is a professor of economics at George Mason University.Rewriting American history is going to be challenging. Just imagine the task of purifying the nation's currency.

Slave owner George Washington's picture graces the $1 bill. Slave owner Thomas Jefferson's picture is on the $2 bill. Slave-owning Union Gen. Ulysses S.

Grant's picture is on our $50 bill.

Benjamin Franklin's picture is on the $ bill. The challenges of rewriting American history are endless, going beyond relatively trivial challenges such as finding new pictures for our currency.

At least half of the 56 signers of the Declaration of Independence were slave owners. Tells about the history of public protests against textbooks from the 19th century and the diverse interests that demanded a voice-manufacturers. Slavery and the subsequent abuses of civil rights of African-Americans would probably top the list of the most embarrassing and inhumane chapters in American history.

Rewriting American History

Rewriting American history is going to be challenging. Just imagine the task of purifying the nation's currency.

Slave owner George Washington's picture graces the $1 bill. Rewriting American history is going to be challenging. Just imagine the task of purifying the nation’s currency. Slave owner Washington’s picture graces the $1 bill.

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