33 Questions You’re Not Supposed to Ask

Today Kevin Gutzman, author of The Politically Incorrect Guide to the Consitutionwrote a short but very good piece about Tom Woods new book 33 Questions About American History You’re Not Supposed to Ask.

Dr. Woods was kind enough to answer a few questions for me the other day and this is one of them.

I asked Dr. Woods, “What is the most important thing you think most Americans would benefit from by reading your book?”

To which he repiled, “ If I can get Americans to entertain the forbidden thought that the comic-book history they’re normally fed – the federal government is good, the states are bad; the public sector is selfless and wonderful, the private sector is wicked and selfish; some groups are oppressors, others are victims – might be a load of propaganda, I’ll be happy.”

Now, if you’re not sure what this “comic-book history” may be like take a look at Woods’ column about H.L. Mencken and the History of Bathtubs and you’ll see another eason why this is a highly recommended book…not to mention already being a bestseller!

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