33 Questions About American History You’re Not Supposed to Ask
by Tom Woods
Tom Woods has joked that he wrote 33 Questions because he didn’t make enough enemies with his Politically Incorrect Guide to American History. In this book, Woods is back with another iconoclastic look at American history as he considers 33 questions – a chapter for each – that go either unasked or poorly answered in the mainstream historical texts. These questions range from the relatively benign “How wild was the wild west” to the downright inflammatory “Was the Civil War all about slavery…?” As usual, Woods responds with facts and logic that make the reader reconsider long-held opinions.
Praise for 33 Questions About American History You’re Not Supposed to Ask
“Woods takes on some of the most coveted of the politically correct sacred cows and shreds them the old-fashioned way – with incontrovertible evidence and sound reasoning. A provocative and fun romp through American history.” – Roger McGrath, author of Gunfighers, Highwaymen, and Vigilantes
“Bold maverick Thomas Woods’s latest bestseller is provocative and controversial about issues of enduring importance.” – Jim Powell, author of FDR’s Folly
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