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THE RADICAL WRONG: LIES OUR FOUNDING FATHERS NEVER TOLD US
In their own words, Benjamin Franklin, George Washington, Patrick Henry, Samuel Adams,
Thomas Paine, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, Abraham Lincoln,
and others
refute right-wing extremists.

Later figures such as Harriet Tubman, Grover Cleveland, Susan B. Anthony, Theodore Roosevelt, Smedley Butler,
Franklin D. Roosevelt, Eleanor Roosevelt, Margaret Sanger, Dwight D. Eisenhower,
Omar Bradley, John F. Kennedy, Barry Goldwater, and Gerald and Betty Ford also get some good words in.

And the author offers some comments.
         
             
     
                       
 
       
 
 
                   

 

 

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