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"Rewriting history" (edited version in FT, 7 May 2016)

Rewriting history- through newspapers

When it comes to recording history, academics and their journals and books, are the tortoises in the race: submitted articles or books can take a year or more to come into print, and some never.  1,207 more words

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Like calls to like

It was a special treat to go out for dinner those days. Money was tight after they’d had to get a second mortgage. They’d even had to trade in her car for a cheaper one. 1,146 more words


The Untold Story of White Slavery in America

White Cargo: The Forgotten History of Britain’s White Slaves in America, New York University Press, 2008.

I picked up White Cargo from an estate sale a couple months ago. 1,944 more words


Pig hone[sties]

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False statements about mineral museum

The Arizona Historical Society knowingly defied state statutes when it locked the doors of the mineral museum and removed its contents in 2011.  Now, in response to ever growing controversy, the AHS is attempting to rewrite the recent history of the mineral museum.  1,690 more words

Reinventing Reality

Leftist rewriting of U.S. History, uncontested

When the state-run media jumped on Donald Trump for a failure to “disavow” David Duke and the Ku Klux Klan (KKK) on a Sunday talk show a week ago, Hillary Clinton launched on Mr. 623 more words