In America: Imagine the World Without Her, self-styled historian Dinesh D’Souza, who has a bachelor’s in English, argues that the American Indian genocide did not happen and that the taking of Indian lands was justified because that’s how it goes when one group of people meets another—and besides, Indian tribes had taken land from other tribes and therefore it didn’t belong to them anyway.
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Such outrageous statements from a right-wing extremist wouldn’t much matter, except that D’Souza’s work has received wide and vociferous acclaim and a state senator in Florida has introduced legislation that would make teachers show this pseudo-documentary to every 8th and 11th grader in the state.
D’Souza blames what he calls the “shaming of America” on leftist intellectuals Howard Zinn, Saul Alinsky and Noam Chomsky. He proposes a conspiracy, in which President Barack Obama is a participant…
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