Don't Know Much About History
"Don't Know Much About History" first appeared in 1990, it was simply
meant to serve as a fresh new take on American history. Busting myths
with a dose of humor and real stories about real people, the book was
conceived as an antidote to the dull, dreary textbooks we suffered
through in high school or college.
With the same question-and-answer style, this updated, revised, and
greatly expanded edition brings history right up to Bill Clinton's
impeachment and the bizarre 2000 election. Incorporating new
discoveries, revelations, and theories about America's past, this
revised edition elaborates on such long-standing American controversies
Jefferson-Hemings affair, the Hiss and Rosenberg cases, and the Iran-Contra adventure.
For history buffs and history-phobes, longtime fans and a new
generation still in the dark about America's past, this book provides
"Everything You Need to Know About American History". And more!