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Texas Approves Renaming Slave Trade As “Atlantic Triangular Trade”

The Texas Board of Education’s conservative members went on the deep end. As the one of the largest buyers of textbooks in the country, the board changed and re-wrote the history books. Smaller states who have no textbook buying power would essentially have to read and study the new Texas version of history.

The changes are ideological and distort history, but conservative Board of Education argue they are correcting a long-standing liberal bias in education. Read the running history of this very interesting “culture war” here and if you want details, read the exact changes here.

Tools of “Atlantic Triangulation Trade”

One of the most controversial changes is to deny the slave trade. The Texas Board of Education wants to refer to the slave trade as the “Atlantic triangular trade”. What the he** is the “Atlantic triangular trade”? What do you call the millions of African-Americans whose ancestors came here as slaves? Descendants of triangulates?

Capitalism can only be referred to as “free enterprise system”, largely because of the negative connotations of the word “capitalism”. Personally I don’t think there is anything wrong with capitalism but they should consider teaching that unfettered greed can be bad for society.

The board has diminished Thomas Jefferson’s role in history because of his belief in the separation of church and state. Students also are required to learn that America’s founding documents were influenced by various intellectual traditions, “especially biblical law,” and principles laid down by Moses. From the tenor of the changes, the board approved the foundation for a fundamentalist Christian theocracy. It would be kinda like Iran, only it would be the right Christian kind. Social conservatives, creationists and religious fanatics who dominate the Texas State Board of Education want to redefine the Constitution as an explicitly Christian document and highlight the role of God in the establishment of the US.

The board approved dropping references to a landmark court case that barred schools from segregating Mexican American students. Joseph McCarthy’s campaign against suspected communists is now to be toned down. Like McCarthy was just a curious senator, right?

The amendments also cast the United Nations in a critical light, with students asked to evaluate whether the UN and its committees undermine US sovereignty – a tune for conservatives. Students would be required to learn about the “unintended consequences” of Title IX, affirmative action, and the Great Society, and would need to study conservative icons like Phyllis Schlafly, the Heritage Foundation, and the Moral Majority.

Maybe we should add that Hussein has weapons of mass destruction so we had to spend trillions on an unnecessary war in Iraq? Nah… that will never make it.

In fact, in the transcripts of the board discussions, they specifically did not want to include President George W. Bush’s controversial 2000 election outcome nor the election of the first African American President Barack Obama. On the other hand, the board added positive references to the Moral Majority, the National Rifle Association and the GOP’s Contract with America.

The board will not even listen to Rod Paige’s plea to reconsider the changes. Paige is the first African-American to serve as education secretary… President George “Dubya” Bush’s education secretary.

More than 1,200 historians and college faculty members from across the nation have signed a petition calling the standards academically shoddy.

The Texas Board of Education voted today his week and approved all of the changes.

Elections matter… even down ticket board of education seats. And the children of Texas will suffer for 10 years from this travesty.

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CORRECTION AND UPDATE: May 24, 2110 In a last minute development, the board changed the proposal from Atlantic Triangular Trade to “Transatlantic Slave Trade” though most other history rewrites remain the same. Confederate President’s Jefferson Davis speech is given equal importance to Abraham Lincoln’s emancipation speech.

The Judeo-Christian influences of the nation’s Founding Fathers will be taught, but not highlight the philosophical rationale for the separation of church and state. Curriculum standards also will describe the U.S. government as a “constitutional republic,” rather than “democratic,” and students will be required to study the decline in value of the U.S. dollar, including the abandonment of the gold standard.

The outnumbered Democrats walked out and Republicans easily pushed through amendments heralding “American exceptionalism” and the U.S. free enterprise system, suggesting it thrives best without government intervention.

“Some board members themselves acknowledged this morning that the process for revising curriculum standards in Texas is seriously broken, with politics and personal agendas dominating just about every decision,” said Kathy Miller, president of the Texas Freedom Network, which advocates for religious freedom.

In addition to learning the Bill of Rights, the board specified a reference to the Second Amendment right to bear arms in a section about citizenship in a U.S. government class. Conservatives beat back multiple attempts to include hip-hop as an example of a significant cultural movement.

Numerous attempts to add the names or references to important Hispanics throughout history also were denied, inducing one amendment that would specify that Tejanos died at the Alamo alongside Davy Crockett and Jim Bowie. Another amendment deleted a requirement that sociology students “explain how institutional racism is evident in American society.”

Rather than evaluating the impact influential muckrakers and reform leadersm such as Upton Sinclair, Susan B. Anthony and W.E.B DuBois, had on American society, students in the 8th grade will “contrast [their] tone” against the optimism of immigrants including Jean Pierre Godet as told in The Spirit of America.

And while the standards describe McCarthyism and the arms race as events that “increased” Cold War tensions, McLeroy moves to replace the word with “affected/reflected” and add the dangers of Soviet infiltration of the U.S.

Students should evaluate efforts by global organizations to undermine U.S. sovereignty, such as threats by the, “U. N. General Assembly, the International Criminal Court, the U. N. Gun Ban proposal, forced redistribution of American wealth to third world countries, and global environmental initiatives.”

Students are also asked to, “discuss alternatives regarding long term entitlements such as Social Security and Medicare, given the decreasing worker to retiree ratio.”

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Old 09-02-2013, 07:17 PM   #16
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I think he was more talking about Florida being full of crazies regardless of political affiliation.

And you're insane if you think Texas will be blue in 2024.. I mean batshit crazy thinking in that regard. It's borderline racist the way that democrat's just chalk up the hispanic vote. It's as ignorant as the republicans that discount them entirely (a smaller and smaller portion of the Texas GOP btw)
I said if the Dems hold the 70% of Hispanics. The racist comments are made almost weekly by Republicans. The Republicans are chasing them away.

We will see in 2016. Demographics don't lie, they are facts. Non-whites will be the "majority" in Texas in 2024.
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Old 09-02-2013, 07:17 PM   #17
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...I remember being taught in grade school that the Santa Marie, Pinta sailed into Plymouth rock and ate thanksgiving with the Indians. How in the hell did that end up in a textbook?
It didn't. Why lie?
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Old 09-02-2013, 07:36 PM   #18
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It didn't. Why lie?
Why wouldn't it be? It has about as much credence as creationism.
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Why wouldn't it be? It has about as much credence as creationism.
Columbus didn't celebrate Thanksgiving with the Indians.
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Columbus didn't celebrate Thanksgiving with the Indians.
Thanks for clearing that up.
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I said if the Dems hold the 70% of Hispanics. The racist comments are made almost weekly by Republicans. The Republicans are chasing them away.

We will see in 2016. Demographics don't lie, they are facts. Non-whites will be the "majority" in Texas in 2024.
I agree on demographics (although it's not as cut and dried as people think) but the idea that all repubs are "chasing away" hispanics in Texas is just dumb. The situation is much more complex and fluid.
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I agree on demographics (although it's not as cut and dried as people think) but the idea that all repubs are "chasing away" hispanics in Texas is just dumb. The situation is much more complex and fluid.
This is DC, everything is so simple it can be figured out by a 3rd grader with a magic marker and a kleenex. For those that doubt the simplicity are burned at the stake with some nice chianti and some fava beans.
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I agree the writer as ignorant or ignored some facts. But, he's just a guy writing a blog or article.

The BOE has to get its historical facts correct. History should be about facts, not one persons or groups conclusion of why events occurred.

Texas parents should want facts not politics in their textbooks.

I remember being taught in grade school that the Santa Marie, Pinta sailed into Plymouth rock and ate thanksgiving with the Indians. How in the hell did that end up in a textbook?
I agree about facts.. that is actually all I really care about.. which is why the whole article makes no sense since the correct factual terminology is Triangular Trade .. unless of course we are talking about the INTERNAL slave trade which rightfully should be called the slave trade.

So it's funny to me that the blogger went nuts about the BOE correcting a term to make it more accurate.
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Old 09-02-2013, 11:03 PM   #24
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I won't claim it has a liberal bias but I will claim that I have always disliked the term because it's not completely accurate. The TECHNICALLY proper term IS The Atlantic Triangular Trade... or if you want to be more accurate.. The Slaves-Molasses-Rum Triangular Trade.

After reading the article, the writer comes across as extremely ignorant. No one is denying the slave trade, they are simply proposing a more accurate terminology.

I am loathe to defend the Texas Board of Education but this is a slanted ignorant article by an obviously slanted ignorant writer.
Meh. The fact is that this blog was certainly written with bias. I can barely find anything being published right now without bias. Be that as it may "triangular trade" is a mercantile concept involving the use of three seaports. Simply put you move goods from zones where they are plentiful and cheap to zones where they are more scarce and more highly valued. The goal is to create a continuous loop of goods transportation that benefits the businesses at each stop, as well as the fleet moving the merchandise.

One of the (if not the) prime examples of this type of trade route involved slave trading. I think you summed it up nicely when you referred to it as: The Slaves-Molasses-Rum Triangular Trade. There are two major lessons to be learned when discussing this issue in a public classroom. 1) Suppliers working as importers/exporters played a very strong role in the development of our economy as a young nation, moving goods by sail and establishing trade routes that connected us to the rest of the world. 2) Slavery as an American institution was empowered and sustained, in part, by these businessmen taking advantage of our trade routes.

This subject should be used as a tremendous teaching point. Challenge the notion of "good" versus "evil." Or even whether good and evil can be said to have existed going by what we would consider as modern Americans.Question progress, and what costs should we be willing to bear for it? What did America gain by peddling in human flesh? What did she lose? What prices are we still paying right now because of it? I don't think we need to flagellate ourselves whenever the topic comes up. Not by any means. I do think it's healthy to make sure that the topic does come up when it is appropriate though.
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The article is typical liberal trash - false narratives and asserting 'issues' with facts as they relate to Christianity or conservatism. The author, like most liberals, should be taught the old and true saying "it is better to be quiet and let people think you are stupid than open your mouth and remove all doubt". Alas, they never learn...
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Meh. The fact is that this blog was certainly written with bias. I can barely find anything being published right now without bias. Be that as it may "triangular trade" is a mercantile concept involving the use of three seaports. Simply put you move goods from zones where they are plentiful and cheap to zones where they are more scarce and more highly valued. The goal is to create a continuous loop of goods transportation that benefits the businesses at each stop, as well as the fleet moving the merchandise.

One of the (if not the) prime examples of this type of trade route involved slave trading. I think you summed it up nicely when you referred to it as: The Slaves-Molasses-Rum Triangular Trade. There are two major lessons to be learned when discussing this issue in a public classroom. 1) Suppliers working as importers/exporters played a very strong role in the development of our economy as a young nation, moving goods by sail and establishing trade routes that connected us to the rest of the world. 2) Slavery as an American institution was empowered and sustained, in part, by these businessmen taking advantage of our trade routes.

This subject should be used as a tremendous teaching point. Challenge the notion of "good" versus "evil." Or even whether good and evil can be said to have existed going by what we would consider as modern Americans.Question progress, and what costs should we be willing to bear for it? What did America gain by peddling in human flesh? What did she lose? What prices are we still paying right now because of it? I don't think we need to flagellate ourselves whenever the topic comes up. Not by any means. I do think it's healthy to make sure that the topic does come up when it is appropriate though.
Agree 100% with everything here.

The problem I have with the writer is that he assumes that by changing the terminology used to describe an event that somehow the event is now IGNORED. The Texas BOE wasn't proposing that at all and it's laughable that this guy jumped to that conclusion.
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I agree the writer as ignorant or ignored some facts. But, he's just a guy writing a blog or article.

The BOE has to get its historical facts correct. History should be about facts, not one persons or groups conclusion of why events occurred.

Texas parents should want facts not politics in their textbooks.

I remember being taught in grade school that the Santa Marie, Pinta sailed into Plymouth rock and ate thanksgiving with the Indians. How in the hell did that end up in a textbook?
Citation?

My guess is you just have a bad memory, or a really bad teacher.

Even if they mixed up the Plymouth Rock thing with the Mayflower, why would they mix up;

1) That it's actually the Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria, not Santa Marie, Pinta.
2) Ocean going ships don't usually consume meals, human individuals do. Even then they eat a meal not a holiday.

'So, my teacher told me these three ships were really two ships that went to the wrong place and ate a holiday with Indians.'

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No matter what's it called, I'm pretty sure everybody knows that Texas had slaves. Actually Texas had slaves two years after the emancipation proclamation.
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I agree about facts.. that is actually all I really care about.. which is why the whole article makes no sense since the correct factual terminology is Triangular Trade .. unless of course we are talking about the INTERNAL slave trade which rightfully should be called the slave trade.

So it's funny to me that the blogger went nuts about the BOE correcting a term to make it more accurate.
I get what you're saying , but disagree. When you change the name it takes away the impact of what happened. I think the blogger was pointing that out, in a very bad way. Yes, in a true since it was triangular trade, however it was much more than that. Rum was being traded for human lives. I think the impact of what happened is lessened when you change the name.
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