Source: The New York Times
“This report skillfully weaves together myths, distortions, deliberate silences, and both blatant and subtle misreading of evidence to create a narrative and an argument that few respectable professional historians, even across a wide interpretive spectrum, would consider plausible, never mind convincing,” he said.
“They’re using something they call history to stoke culture wars,” he said.
I had to tag this in “lies”, but it’s more a whitewash. There were great men and women who did great things, but every hero is flawed. Those flaws should be acknowledged. We have a history to be proud of, but it has some really bad bits as well. We cannot ignore those.