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by Larry Schweikart

eBook 48 Liberal Lies About American History: (That You Probably Learned in School) download ISBN: 1595230513
Author: Larry Schweikart
Publisher: Sentinel HC; First Edition edition (September 4, 2008)
Language: English
Pages: 320
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Category: Political
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48 Liberal Lies About Am. .has been added to your Cart. Each lie is deliberated in a brief essay. A chapter on the notion that FDR knew in advance that the Japanese would attack Pearl Harbor focuses largely on countering Robert Stinnett's Day of Deceit

48 Liberal Lies About Am. A chapter on the notion that FDR knew in advance that the Japanese would attack Pearl Harbor focuses largely on countering Robert Stinnett's Day of Deceit. The belief that Columbus was responsible for killing millions of Indians (drivel) is, he says, based on faulty statistics. Regarding the Rosenbergs, Schweikart cites Soviet documents proving they were indeed spies.

American History: (That You Probably Learned in School) .

48 Liberal Lies About American History: (That You Probably Learned in School). In this follow-up to the best-selling A Patriot's History of the United States, Professor Larry Schweikart once again challenges liberal historians and their shameful attempts to distort our country's legacy.

Over the last forty years, history textbooks have become more and more politically correct and distorted about our country's past, argues professor Larry Schweikart. The result, he says, is that students graduate from high school and even college with twisted beliefs about economics, foreign policy, war, religion, race relations, and many other subjects. As he did in his popular A Patriot's History of the United States, Professor Schweikart corrects liberal bias by rediscovering facts that were once widely known

American History : (that You Probably Learned in School). He challenges distorted books by name and debunks forty-eight common myths.

48 Liberal Lies About American History : (that You Probably Learned in School). As he did in his popular "A Patriot's History of the United States," Professor Schweikart corrects liberal bias by rediscovering facts that were once widely known.

The correct answer is: the Ku Klux Klan. The 48 Liberal Lies About American History (That You Probably Learned in School). Among the 48 myths Larry Schweikart debunks: Mikhail Gorbachev, not Ronald Reagan, was responsible for ending the Cold War. The Founders envisioned a wall of separation between Church and State, to keep religious influence out of government. The Mexican and Spanish-American Wars were imperialist efforts drummed up by corporate interests. John F. Kennedy was killed by LBJ and a secret team to prevent him from getting us out of Vietnam. Richard Nixon expanded the Vietnam War.

The result, he says, is that students graduate from high school and even college with twisted beliefs about .

The result, he says, is that students graduate from high school and even college with twisted beliefs about economics, foreign policy, war, religion, race relations, and many other subjects. As he did in his popular A Patriot’s History of the United States, Professor Schweikart corrects liberal bias by rediscovering facts that were once widely known.

Larry Schweikart talked about his book 48 Liberal Lies About American History (That You Probably Learned in School), published by Sentinel on September 4, 2008. Larry Schweikart talked about his book 48 Liberal Lies About American History (That You Probably Learned in School), published by Sentinel on September 4, 2008. Mr. Schweikart, a history professor, contends that distortions by liberal historians have permeated American history textbooks with slanted views. People in this video. Larry E. Schweikart Professor University of Dayton- History. 48 Liberal Lies About American History

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A historian debunks four-dozen PC myths about our nation?s past. Over the last forty years, history textbooks have become more and more politically correct and distorted about our country?s past, argues professor Larry Schweikart. The result, he says, is that students graduate from high school and even college with twisted beliefs about economics, foreign policy, war, religion, race relations, and many other subjects. As he did in his popular A Patriot?s History of the United States, Professor Schweikart corrects liberal bias by rediscovering facts that were once widely known. He challenges distorted books by name and debunks forty-eight common myths. A sample: ? The founders wanted to create a ?wall of separation? between church and state ? Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation only because he needed black soldiers ? Truman ordered the bombing of Hiroshima to intimidate the Soviets with ?atomic diplomacy? ? Mikhail Gorbachev, not Ronald Reagan, was responsible for ending the Cold War America?s past, though not perfect, is far more admirable than you were probably taught.
Comments: (7)
Xtreem
This is an interesting book of facts that unfortunately the young people of America and the Students in our Colleges and Universities of "mental and immoral manipulation' and "factual deprivation" are never exposed to. The left and the small "d" party and their partisan slave masters and plantation owners ensure that generation after generation remain intellectually challenged and the Media and Entertainment industry and political hacks who are CERTAINLY the "Enemies of Truth" do not want truly education voters only puppets of their own ideologies. It is sad that these facts, presented in this book - do not get disseminated to the vast majority of the masses. And instead the Mobish left wing anti-american hate mongers keep their followers fat, dumb, poor and foolishly loyal by preaching lies. To have a robust conversation about Keeping America Great - one needs all the facts - but our young people and those brainwashed by partisan rhetoric are instead keep in the dark and within the ranks of the Socialist who are doomed to destroy this country from within. Abe Lincoln warned of it and the left is making it happen. A long read - but a significant one. Going over what I did not learn in school because I am older than the author so I learned the truth. Today only lies are taught about america and our history is lost in the chaos of the so called progressive (but really regressive) movement. Good job Mr/ Schweikart.
Unde
We need this balance to the liberal revisionist account of American history.
Aloo
The book describes the various ways in which there is been bias in the analysis of history. I read it through the eyes of economist which I am. It was fairly accurate. Therefore I trusted the analysis of events I am less familiar with. I think there is bias in the writing itself but that's OK becausebecause the author contributed so much more to my understanding.
Grokinos
The book was OK but I didn't think it was anything exceptional. In some cases it was hard to tell if the lies cited by Schweikart were true or not and if Schweikart's slant on history was really true. The book was fun to read but, again, I'm left wondering which side of the story is fact and which side is fiction.
ZEr0
Well researched an written book.
Ynneig
Excellent arguments and facts that refute the wrongly held historical notions most people have. Catches and keeps your attention, page after page.
Thetath
An excellent book !!!
Enjoyed the book cover to cover. To be quite honest though, I never really paid much attention to history in high school. Now I am glad I didn't.