Don't Know Much About History
Harper Collins, Oct 13, 2009 - History - 752 pages
Who really discovered America? What was "the shot heard 'round the world"? Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings: Did he or didn't he?
From the arrival of Columbus through the bizarre election of 2000 and beyond, Davis carries readers on a rollicking ride through more than 500 years of American history. In this updated edition of the classic anti-textbook, he debunks, recounts, and serves up the real story behind the myths and fallacies of American history.
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Fun in learningUser Review - gleewee7 - Overstock.com
This book is a great supplement to any dry old textbook! The stories and topics are great and touch on events that are sometimes skipped or barely touched upon by most textbooks. I have a history degree and learned new stuff! I heartily recommend for history classes and teachers. Read full review
It's not the compulsive read that the author was hoping for, I think, but it's definitely interesting. Anyone writing a review claiming that Davis was making up facts should really give examples. At no point did I find something historically inaccurate. It's the reviewer's biases, not the author's that are showing.
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America's Nine Greatest Presidents
Frank P. King
Limited preview - 1997