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David North, Tom Mackaman, Niles Niemuth

The New York Times 1619 project: A racialist falsification of US and world history

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Despite the pretense of establishing the United States’ “true” foundation, the New York Times’ 1619 Project is a politically motivated falsification of history. Its aim is to create a historical narrative that legitimizes the effort of the Democratic Party to construct an electoral coalition based on the prioritizing of personal “identities”—i.e., gender, sexual preference, ethnicity, and, above all, race.

The methodology that underlies the 1619 Project is idealist (i.e., it derives social being from thought, rather than the other way around) and, in the most fundamental sense of the word, irrationalist.

This important work contains a series of critical essays that put the question of racial oppression in its proper historical and political framework.

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Despite the pretense of establishing the United States’ “true” foundation, the New York Times’ 1619 Project is a politically motivated falsification of history. Its aim is to create a historical narrative that legitimizes the effort of the Democratic Party to construct an electoral coalition based on the prioritizing of personal “identities”—i.e., gender, sexual preference, ethnicity, and, above all, race.

The methodology that underlies the 1619 Project is idealist (i.e., it derives social being from thought, rather than the other way around) and, in the most fundamental sense of the word, irrationalist.

This important work contains a series of critical essays that put the question of racial oppression in its proper historical and political framework.

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