People and Groups Who Publicly Hate Economics
Brian Gongol

WallBuilders "For over three centuries, historians presented American history from a broad perspective, but in the 1960s historical writers widely embraced what today is called the 'economic view of American history' whereby economic causes are the primary and almost singular emphasis of study. Consequently, students study only 'taxation without representation' when they examine the Declaration of Independence rather than important civil, governmental, and moral principles addressed in that document. WallBuilders returns to the historical approach long utilized by the nation's pre-eminent historians."