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33 Questions about American History You’re Not Supposed to Ask

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Every week we receive new books on subjects related to United States history and genealogy. Recently we’ve decided to create a “New Books” shelf to allow patrons to browse the new additions. We also decided to feature one of these books on this weblog every week.

This week’s pick, 33 Questions about American History You’re Not Supposed to Ask, tackles controversial questions such as “How does Social Security really work?” or “Was the US Constitution meant to be a ‘living, breathing’ document?” While the author’s opinions can be considered unorthodox, the book provides interesting perspective on issues still relevant in the current state of the economy and politics.

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