13 January 2014

Review: 33 Questions About American History You're Not Supposed to Ask - Thomas Woods, Jr


33 Questions About American History You're Not Supposed to Ask
33 Questions About American History You're Not Supposed to Ask by Thomas E. Woods Jr.

My rating: 5 of 5 stars



Books like this need to be read by all America students - of course if this information were more widely propagated, we wouldn't have such a messed up nation and government as we do. Tom Woods tackles so many various issues that most anyone should walk away learning something new.

He covers topics relating to the Founding Fathers, the Constitution, the War Between the States, States Rights, slavery, the wild west, the American Indians, Presidential powers, Social Security, FDR, Teddy Roosevelt, the Whiskey Rebellion, Capitalism, Foreign Aid, the Depression and economy, Herbert Hoover, Bill Clinton, and so much more.

Dealing with everything from what have become stories of mythological proportion, to clear details covered up about many famous people and leaders. Tearing away decades and centuries of false facts that have spread, this book peels away the layers to expose what many historians have written about for years, but the general public has all but ignored or be ignorant of.

Sadly it may be another century before any textbooks actually pick up on and correct these errors - if they ever do. For me, the information and logical rundown of the depression, wages and the economy were very enlightening and make me realize that either our current political regime is clueless to how things work, or are intentionally destroying things.





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