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A Brief History of the United States of America (2002)

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Take it seriously...not
19 May 2009 | by (Boston) – See all my reviews

Many of you have said something along the lines of "hey, this is a cartoon it's supposed to be funny but not historically accurate". However, it is being taken seriously enough that school age children are seeing it in their social studies courses and are being asked to comment on it. It's funny in a dark sense of humor sort of way, but it's not being presented as strictly comedy. In addition, it is asking us to put two and two together and get six (e.g., the KKK and the NRA are linked). Everyone is well within their rights to state that America is not a perfect nation and has made mistakes in the past and even committed atrocities. However, it's not your right to pass this crap off as historical evidence of all the wrongs of this country.


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