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Here is the book’s page on Amazon.com. If you read the reviews-other folks are surprised/shocked/angered too. Why does Amazon still use A&D Publishing/Wilder Publications if their product is defective and biased? You might want to ask them.
Or, maybe you’d like to write a letter directly to:
A & D Publishing
PO Box 3005
or contact: Wilder Publications
If you do contact them be respectful. As with the tea party, it takes one nasty comment or sign to paint everyone else with a broad rightwing/racist etc…brush. Show them more respect than they show to our Founding documents.
Originally posted by Benevolent Heretic
The Constitution was not written as a racially charged document, but there are several clauses surrounding slavery that certainly ARE racially charged. Black people didn't have rights. They were considered to be property. Women were considered second-class citizens and had to earn the right to vote.
Why anyone would be insulted by this, I don't understand. Times have changed. You don't HAVE to discuss it with your kids. It's just a suggestion. Jeez, people sure are sensitive...
Originally posted by Namaste
reply to post by centurion1211
Coul you please explain the purpose of your post? Seriously... It doesn't seem to add anything to this thread whatsoever. Just the usual party bashing. Give me a break.
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Originally posted by centurion1211
Of course the "political correctionists" (aka liberals) will think there is nothing wrong with this, and probably say they think it's a great idea.