New York :
The New Press
- Item Description
- The preface (©2018) states that the only new words in this 2018 publication are in the preface.
Previous copyright dates listed on title page verso are 1995 and 2007.
- Physical Description
- xxix, 446 pages : illustrations, maps ; 24 cm
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Main Author
- Introduction: Something has gone very wrong
- Handicapped by history : the process of hero-making
- 1493 : the true importance of Christopher Columbus
- The truth about the first Thanksgiving
- Red eyes
- "Gone with the wind" : the invisibility of racism in American history textbooks
- John Brown and Abraham Lincoln : the invisibility of antiracism in American history textbooks
- The land of opportunity
- Watching Big Brother : what textbooks teach about the federal government
- See no evil : choosing not to look at the War in Vietnam
- Down the memory hole : the disappearance of the recent past
- Progress is our most important product
- Why is history taught like this?
- What is the result of teaching history like this?
- Afterword: The future lies ahead
- and what to do about them.