Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Legends, Lies & Cherished Myths of American History--#26 finished

This was the first book like this by the author, I read his 2nd book earlier this year.  This was written in the late '80s so no more modern stuff but still sort of interesting.  Like the other book, just seems a little too simple in some things.  Dismissing stuff in a paragraph or 2 that just seems like it deserves more.  Some of it is how the myth was phrased, maybe someone didn't invent something but the improved upon what someone else had done--okay.  Interesting to a point but nothing really special either.

I will post this on PBS, there is 1 copy on system now so maybe it moves or maybe it doesn't, no biggie either way.

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