Frances Fitzgerald's "America Revised: History Schoolbooks In The Twentieth Century"

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4 pages in length. School history texts can sometimes read like a bestselling fictional novel under the guise of being authentic accounts. The reason that such discrepancies even exist in what is supposed to be a chronological compilation of what actually occurred in the past is, according to author Frances Fitzgerald, a combination of various movements throughout the decades as well as the political and literary license inherent to textbook publishing. No additional sources cited.