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These textbooks weren’t entirely purged from state classrooms until the late 1970s, he wrote. But the cottony euphemisms about the horrors of slavery remained evident in the textbook industry as recently as 2015, when a McGraw-Hill World Geography manual — in a section titled “Patterns of Immigration” — said the slave trade brought “millions of workers from Africa to the southern United States.”


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