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From Frederick Douglass’s “What to the Slave Is the Fourth of July?” to Hillary Clinton’s “Women’s Rights Are Human Rights” acclaimed writer Tonya Boldern collates, contextualises and critiques fifteen all-American speeches.
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    Critiquing twelve leading textbooks, James Loewen retells American history as it should be taught. Truthfully. First published in 1995, this latest edition includes additional content exploring how inadequate high school history lessons leave young Americans vulnerable to the populist propaganda of moguls like Donald Trump.
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    Autumn, 1938. Ravaged by cancer, a reimagined Sigmund Freud is seeing out his days in London when he receives a threatening visit from an SS officer seeking a publishing deal for a piece of anti-Semitic propagranda.
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