antitoxin taken to counteract a poison (Merriam-Webster)
Including without discrimination; more specifically, without excluding any person on the grounds of race, gender, religion, age, disability, etc.; encouraging or accommodating participation from all sections of society.
treating someone in an authoritarian manner (Merriam-Webster)
a progenitor; descendant from the family bloodline (Merriam-Webster)
asking a question in order to convey a significant impact rather than to receive a response (Merriam-Webster)
by chance (Merriam-Webster)
someone who believes in equality between people (Merriam-Webster)
uncertainly defined, unclear (Merriam-Webster)
a formal word for speech-giving in front of an audience (Merriam-Webster)
to express an opinion counter to one already presented, usually in an argument (Merriam-Webster)
acting dishonestly in return for personal gain (Merriam-Webster)
an opinion or view held that is based on false information (Merriam-Webster)
a measurement of time: 10 years (Merriam-Webster)
someone who looks into problems and crimes (Merriam-Webster)
to put into practice (Merriam-Webster)
a notion or idea that is already held (Merriam-Webster)
the lowest point, zenith (Merriam-Webster)
to assimilate to, blend into a culture (Merriam-Webster)
to deprive someone or a group of people of their rights (Merriam-Webster)
Lies My Teacher Told Me Questions and Answers
The Question and Answer section for Lies My Teacher Told Me is a great
resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
This is one of the most important themes in the book. Falsifying social archetypes has been a staple of American historical textbooks. Betsy Ross sewing the first flag may seem innocent enough but deceptive never the less. WAshington Irving...
I believe the answer to your question is the fact that Loewen cites the Mayflower's landing at Plymouth as an accident, meaning that they've merely been blown off course on their way to Virginia. He also explains that possibly, they'd meant to...