Lies My Teacher Told Me Quotes by James W. Loewen
Lies My Teacher Told Me - Chapter 10, Summary & Analysis
They are vapidly optimistic, ignoring opinion polls on how America is poised to meet the 21st century. They embody the social archetype of progress. Jefferson invites the "philosophical observer" to consider how, moving eastward from the Rocky Mountains, the progress of mankind from infancy to maturity can be observed. The idea of progress permeates the 19th and early 20th centuries, and is not questioned into the s. Growth is equated with progress, in population numbers and signs of economic prosperity. Textbook authors grow up in this atmosphere and naturally sell to their readers.
The living, The Sasha, The Zamani. The African way of life. I love this idea of dividing the deceased into two categories. The living dead. Physically gone but still in the heart of the living.
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The book introduces African terminology to make a distinction between those still alive, those recently departed but still remembered by the living the sasha , and those who are ancestrally dead, having died before anyone still alive met them the zamani
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Chapter 10, Summary and Analysis
Post a Comment. This chapter gave me an awareness on what high school students learn in high school can not be applied to the modern world. History was one of my favorite classes in high school but I always thought that what I learn in class can not be relevant to daily life. I was always confused on which country was responsible for the attack. Since I had no idea about the Islamic community, I assumed it was just a single state that was responsible. There was also the Al-Qaeda and the Taliban. When I got into high school.