SOURCE: Phi Delta Kappan
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The fairly recent elevation of Crispus Attucks as a hero of the American Revolution obscures the complexity of his role in the Boston Massacre and illustrates the pressure for textbooks to conform to a triumphal American narrative rather than engaging with the complexity of the past.
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The people who turned Crispus Attucks into a hero of the Revolution.
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