Mrs. Robinson, I presume?
“In the 19th century European countries matriculated to Africa.”
An answer that will live in infamy
“After World War II, FDR freed the slaves and they started the Civil Rights Movement.”
I would read those memoirs
“Geishas were female Korean military leaders with lots of power.”
Our father. . .
“The Catholic Church has always been weird about unconceived babies.”
They're all going to laugh at you
“After the Civil War the South was taxed heavily for trying to embarrass Lincoln in front of his friends.”
Stating the Obvious, Part II
“Before the Declaration of Independence, America may as well have been considered British territory.”
There's no place like home
“Columbus discovered the Mediterranean Sea near Cuba.”
So wrong it hurts, part I
“The middle class couldn’t understand why they were out of work while slaves were able to maintain relatively well paying jobs.”
And now in swimming pools around the world. . .
“Marco Polo tried to discover America but got lost and disappeared.”
North American Man Boy Liberation Army?
“The Boston Massacre had a significant impact in Boston and in all the colonies, because at this time many people were sticking up for their individual rights that the British were taking away, including teenage boys.”
“We all have problems but Thomas Edison’s genus gave us so much.”
Battle of San Juan Paris
“The Spanish-American War was between the United States and France.”
Give me liberty, or give me cab fare.
“Some Colonists appeared to be just trying to survive without paying to many taxis.”
“Martin Luther King was an important advocate for racism.”
The times they are a changin'
“Bob Dylan used to go into the fields to sing to the slaves.”
Strange Queries from Men of the Cloth
“The Church started asking what voices people actually heard, ‘the Lord or Satin?’”
A Whole New World
“Columbus circumcised the globe.”
Stating the Obvious
“Bubonic Plague - not so good, pretty fatal.”
Fur Trade in Flames
“The North American fur trade nearly extinguished the beaver…”
Back in the USSR
“…after a series of power struggles between several groups and families, John Lennon emerges as the new leader of Russia.”