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Revision as of 16:42, 6 October 2008

Here are liberal denials about history, with the result that virtually no textbooks teach it:

  1. American Indians are too different from Asians to have descended directly from them.
  2. Rhode Island was the only state to separate church and state, and as a result it became the biggest importer of slaves.[1]
  3. Thomas Jefferson was not as successful or important as liberals claim; he failed personally and as president, and little in the Declaration of Independence is attributable to him.
  4. Chivalry was customary throughout most of American history.
  5. Public school education in its current form is less than 100 years old.
  6. Atheist materialism lay behind the genocidal crimes of the Nazis
  7. Martin Luther King was a Republican who preached Conservative values.
  8. The so-called Dark Ages saw a great revolution in science and learning, brought about by the spread of Christianity throughout Europe and the establishment of networks of monastic 'universities'.
  9. Lenin was a ruthless and violent dictator who oppressed the people of the Soviet Union as thoroughly as Stalin.
  10. Nazism, with its insistence on the collective, was a left-wing doctrine.

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  1. "The largest slave trading ports in America were located in Rhode Island and soon rivaled those of Liverpool. The wealth and economy of New England was based solely on slave trading and exporting rum; and the southern most colonies were NOT part of that odious slave trade."[1]