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Textbook bias

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Many American textbooks are rabidly liberal and routinely distort history in order to advance a left-wing agenda. Richard Rahn wrote:

Many student textbooks, particularly in Europe, and only to a lesser degree in the U.S., have a strong anti-capitalist, pro-government or socialist bias.

Examples of bias. McDougal Littles "Modern World History Patterns of interaction" claims that "[Guns] are a national plague".

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The American Pageant is a prominent example of a biased textbook.[3]

See also

References

  1. Commentary Piece from the Washington Times.
  2. Rock the ignorance, Washington Times Thursday, May 22, 2008
  3. Multiple references: