To the victor go the myths and monuments book
To The Victor Go The Myths and Monuments by Arthur R. ThompsonGoodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Want to Read saving…. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. Other editions. Error rating book. Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem?
Lies Across America: What Our Historic Sites Get Wrong
Those who mean to rule us do not only control the news and the media, they also control history. Morpheus is a captain of a probing ship that travels under the earth and occasionally plugs into the Matrix to steal their secrets and to sabotage the plots of the Machines. This is the Reality of the world in — We have all been deceived in everything. QAnon is trying to be an Oracle for U. T Myth vs. Reality Part 1 — False History Exposed.
To the victor go the spoils. But, alas, this has all too often resulted in misconceptions, myths, and outright lies being taught and believed by future generations. History seldom lets truth get in the way of a good story. By ringing a bell before serving his dogs food, he created a link between the two in their minds. Subsequently, the dogs would start reacting to the sound of the bell alone by salivating, thus being conditioned to react to a neutral event otherwise unrelated to food. In reality, Pavlov was a physiologist, not a psychologist, and his original experiment was a little different. Pavlov was much more interested in the mechanics of the body.
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History is the polemics of the victor, William F. Buckley once said. Not so in the United States, at least not regarding the Civil War. As soon as the Confederates laid down their arms, some picked up their pens and began to distort what they had done and why. The Confederates won with the pen and the noose what they could not win on the battlefield: the cause of white supremacy and the dominant understanding of what the war was all about. We are still digging ourselves out from under the misinformation they spread, which has manifested in our public monuments and our history books. Take Kentucky, where the legislature voted not to secede.