Brilliance on a Scale Unimaginable

In brief:

“It was easy,” said task force chairperson Bridget Keeney. “We did a little research and discovered that we have hundreds of boxes of already-approved history textbooks from the 1940s through the 1960s lying around in the basement of the State Museum. They’re a little old, but they’ve been well-preserved and should serve our students well. Best of all, we already own them, so they’re free.”

Why this is a bad idea:

I dunno, maybe shit’s changed a little in the last 50 years? I mean, segregation isn’t legal anymore to start with…

via South Carolina avoids Texas-style textbook dilemma | theDiscust.

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