by John C. Waugh
Trump has suggested how good it might be for him to enjoy a third term, perhaps more, even though the Constitution forcefully forbids it.
SOURCE: Pacific Standard
by David M. Perry
The demands for rote memorization, coupled with Western centrism, are failing our students.
by Jeremy Greene
They call it world history, but it’s really just Western Civ. Case study: Massachusetts.
"If our citizens and workforce are to compete and prosper in the global economy, they must have a strong foundation in world history and geography."
by Odd Arne Westad
Image via Shutterstock.Excerpted from "The History of the World, Sixth Edition" by J.M. Roberts and Odd Arne West. Copyright © 2013 Odd Arne Westad. All rights reserved.
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