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Comment by Ray C on August 7th, 2011 at 11:26 pm

A perfect example of what you can find online as fact that is nearly universally now known to be full of misinformation. Such well-meaning yet misleading, factually delinquent articles are all over the internet posing as historical truth.

Skim it fast and forget it. Don’t let any of it sink in because it is mostly wrong, completely ignorant of recent historical finds and out of date.

This is the type of ill-informed crap still being taught in backward schools and given credit in high school and college research papers by ill-trained, incompetent teachers. No wonder we are years behind half the modern world in education. I don’t understand what purpose it serves to keep history archived online that is based on books written 40 years ago.

Comment by cheryl anders on September 3rd, 2012 at 9:41 pm

This article clouds any factual material with personal bias. When researching history, the facts stand on their own, they do not require editorializing or moralizing.

Comment by Jennifer Tanabe on September 18th, 2012 at 2:32 pm

Thank you for your comments. The article has been revised.

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