Texas textbook war: 'Slavery' or 'Atl...

Texas textbook war: 'Slavery' or 'Atlantic triangular trade'?

There are 1 comment on the Christian Science Monitor story from May 19, 2010, titled Texas textbook war: 'Slavery' or 'Atlantic triangular trade'?. In it, Christian Science Monitor reports that:

Thomas Jefferson out, Phyllis Schlafly in?While the proposed changes to Texas social studies standards aren't quite so simple , the debate over the standards pushed by a conservative majority of the Texas Board of Education - " which will be voted on this week - " has resulted in a partisan uproar and generated interest far beyond the Lone Star ...

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Karl

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#1 Jun 16, 2010
The Texas situation is merely a teacup compared to the 1974 textbook teapot. See http://www.insectman.us/testimony/protester-v... .

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