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American History: Paradoxical Truths Part 1

Author: Nadine Forbes-McBean

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American History: Paradoxical Truths Part 1 is a concise refresher of Early American history. It reanalyzes history from the accepted Anglo-centric perspective and restores the contributive importance of Native Americans, Latin immigrants and enslaved people in North America. Beginning with Pre-Columbian history, accounts in this book address details conveniently dismissed as unimportant, insignificant and unpatriotic. It covers early Nordic, Spanish, French, and English explorers. It chronicles the horrors committed by colonists and it sheds new light on individuals we once thought of as heroes, loyalists and patriots. Our polite classroom history lessons are challenged by the unattractive truths of the past. American History: Paradoxical Truths Part 1 is an indispensable and unapologetic resource for the informed conversationalists.

Nadine Forbes-McBean

Nadine Forbes-McBean is a diverse author known for her insightful books and articles. Her nonfiction genre repertoire includes military, Justified: Questioning Military Indoctrination, social introspective, Why We March: Straight Answers, cultural investigative, Jamaica Rediscovered and academic texts, Anatomy and Physiology for the Health Care Professional and Autopsy Technician Science Training Manual. The Baltimore Examiner retained her as an independent columnist, writing on a plethora of body sculpting topics. Born in St Andrew, Jamaica, Ms. Forbes-McBean immigrated to the United States in the late 1970’s. She served in the U.S. Army and has earned two Bachelor's degrees of Science and one Master's degree of Science. As a career research specialist at the world renowned Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, she applies her investigative expertise to the advancement of social awareness.

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