March 23, 2011

In this debut broadcast, Mark Weber talks about how Americans’ self-image and prevailing view of the US and themselves has changed drastically over the past 60 years, as reflected in the country’s high school history textbooks. He quotes from the most popular and influential high school history textbook of the mid-twentieth century to show how very differently Americans regarded their country in the years before the “cultural revolution” of the 1960s, which promoted America as a universalist society. Weber also talks about the dangerous falsehood of “diversity” as a “strength,” the myth of World War II as the “good war,” the Jewish-Zionist grip on American US political life, and more.

12.3 MB / 32 kbps mono / 0 hour 54 min.