New York Times: Two States. Eight Textbooks. Two American Stories.

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American history textbooks across the country, even with the same authors and same publishers, have different written versions of history that are sometimes extremely reflective of the country’s ideological and political divides. The book publishers have different editions of the same textbook for Texas, California, and other states that are made specifically for the state policymakers’ approval.

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