by James R. Grossman
“Our” past is now more diverse than we once thought, whether we like it or not.
by Ronald Radosh
"The newly proposed AP placement test curriculum is part of the New Left’s goal of making 'a long march through the existing institutions' that would end with a new radicalized United States, on the road to socialism."
by Fred Anderson
"Dr. Peter Wood’s tortured reading of the Framework and his blanket denunciation of academic historians suggests that he, too, might pause to reflect on the values of rigor, impartiality, thoroughness, and intellectual honesty that were, in the end, all we hoped to foster."
"The Organization of American Historians supports the Revised Framework for the Advanced Placement and U.S. History Course and Exam."
by National Council for History Education
Complaints about the College Board’s recently released Advanced Placement United States History (APUSH) Framework seem misplaced.
by Peter Wood
We are told that the course is the work of scholars whose only agenda was to create a good course. This doesn’t ring true.
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