Cheryl Mason Bolick and Meghan M. McGlinn With digital libraries, valuable documents become readily available, such as the writings of a former slave, Harriet Jacobs, who became an outspoken opponent of slavery.
Athena Liss The author examines Zimmermans argument that the greater racial and ethnic diversity in textbooks has not changed their basic approach to Americas national story.
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