By Robert Parry
Investigative reporter Robert Parry reframes key chapters of yankee heritage through exploring prior occasions that also force the U.S. political narrative from why the Framers junked the Articles of Confederation in desire of the structure, to how the trendy Republican occasion embraced a win-at-all-cost ethos, to why the Democrats turn away from the exertions of responsibility. the US S STOLEN NARRATIVE takes you on a trip from the US s founding and the plotting of George Washington and James Madison to Richard Nixon s sabotage of Lyndon Johnson s Vietnam peace talks, directly to the Watergate scandal (showing how these darkish chapters have been rather one non-stop storyline). The publication then explores the political deceptions that surrounded the presidencies of Ronald Reagan and the 2 George timber and explains how that fake background entrapped Barack Obama
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I have addressed other false narratives in my previous books: Fooling America, Trick or Treason, Lost History, Secrecy & Privilege, and Neck Deep (the last written with two of my sons, Sam and Nat). In those books, you can find more about the actual history of America, both the good and the bad. But I believe that the historical accounts that are examined here represent important forks in the road for the American narrative. Straightening out these twisted pathways will give the people a better chance to find their way to a better place.
America's stolen narrative : from Washington and Madison to Nixon, Reagan and the Bushes to Obama by Robert Parry