Review: Karim Tiro on “Plymouth Colony,” from Library of America
For reasons of both symbol and substance, foundings matter. They constitute high ground in culture wars. The New York Times’s 1619 Project, which identified the beginning of slavery as a starting point in American history, provoked President Trump to create a “1776 Commission,” and the National Association of Scholars proclaimed its own 1620 Project. Al…
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