Your U.S. history class was 100% propaganda.

Are you ready for the truth?

So many kids fresh out of school believe preposterous things like:

  • Poverty declines because of government anti-poverty programs.
  • The most significant factor keeping minorities behind is "racism."
  • The government has our best interests at heart.
  • Centralized power is a force for good, and people who resist it are evil.
  • Capitalism causes recessions and depressions, and governments fix them.
  • Without government, kids would be working in mines for ten cents an hour.
  • People who use the expression "America First" are Nazis or Nazi sympathizers.
  • Anyone advocating what are known as "states' rights" is "racist" and wicked.

And so on.

But the Internet is the great equalizer.

My colleagues and I teach real U.S. history to anyone who will listen.

I'm Tom Woods, New York Times bestselling author of 13 books, including The Politically Incorrect Guide to American History, and winner of the Hayek Lifetime Achievement Award. (I'd mention that I also hold a Ph.D. from Columbia University and a B.A. from Harvard, but then you'd think I was an idiot, and I could hardly blame you.)

Two of my colleagues joined me in teaching actual American history, the kind you'll find in almost no American classroom. Together, we created two courses covering the span of American history.

Get our two courses by entering your email address below:

In our courses, you'll learn (among many other things):

  • the Puritans did not steal Indian land, and that's not debatable
  • why Patrick Henry warned the Constitution was already being ignored -- in 1790
  • the nonviolent way Thomas Jefferson urged us to resist the federal government
  • Thomas Jefferson on the Constitution's dangerous flaw
  • the most libertarian president -- the name will surprise you
  • the Civil War -- fought to free the slaves?
  • Reconstruction: the non-Marxist version
  • those labor struggles you were taught to cheer: stop cheering them
  • media liars were at it even then: what American reporters said about Soviet Russia
  • how most 20th-century American poverty was alleviated without government
  • why Teddy Roosevelt's "trust-busting" was a counterproductive waste of time
  • why Woodrow Wilson, slobbered over by historians, was a disastrous president
  • was the U.S. really "isolationist" in the 1920s?
  • the 20th-century presidents the (dum-dum) historians hate, and why
  • Herbert Hoover wasn't a "do-nothing" president who let the Depression just happen
  • your teacher's low-IQ explanation for the Great Depression, and your high-IQ one
  • how the president they demanded you love made the Depression last longer
  • the federal policy that threw 500,000 black Americans out of work
  • was the Tennessee Valley Authority a success?
  • biggest myth in U.S. history: World War II ended the Depression. No, it didn't
  • 2nd-biggest myth: the Marshall Plan saved European economies. No, it didn't
  • Truman's psychotic plan to cope with high meat prices
  • the big lie John F. Kennedy campaigned on
  • the failed "War on Poverty"
  • and about 1,000,000 other things that are the opposite of what the lizard people taught you

Now these courses, which demolish the low-IQ version of history you and I learned in school, would be a bargain at $197.

A steal at $97.

You'd feel guilty if they were only $47.

But in fact...

...I'm giving them to you for free.

You don't have to pay one cent for them.

Enter your email address below so I know where to send them, and enjoy:

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