Kansas City Blogger Reviews 'Teaching White Supremacy'

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"If a high school student today is taught about slavery and the Civil War at all, they’re taught the North was against slavery and the South was not, which is far from the truth. For one thing, the textile mills in New England, which employed people, including children, in deplorable conditions which were often worse than slavery, relied on cheap cotton, and cheap cotton depended on slavery. And that’s just one example of how the North was just as reliant on slavery as the South."

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Teaching White Supremacy: A Review

For many years I've been looking for an excuse to write about my observations of race relations in the North and the South, and now I have my excuse. But first, my observations. I grew up in Oklahoma City when it was segregated, first by law, and then for several years in spite of the 1954 Brown v.