Meet MythAmerica Series
It is a common mythconception among Americans that something has "changed" in America in recent decades-
Part 1: UnAmerican Activities?
Walmart didn't invent the tactic of offering a centralized shopping experience and a wide variety of goods, able to cut prices because of volume production and distribution, able to take advantage of cheap labor in far-
It is common these days to regularly read "investigative reports" on news sites on the Web about the miserable salaries and working conditions of hourly workers in America, such as cashiers at WalMart. But such reports long predate the Web, and predate even television and radio journalism. This article highlights a 1910 magazine expose' of how hellish life was for sales clerks in the heyday of the all-
Part 3: Plausible Deniability
A horrible fire in a ramshackle sweat-
Exploring our past to sort out myth from reality
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These are the voyages of the TimeShip Anachron.
Our Mission: To boldly explore the past, dispelling
mythinformation and mythconceptions
of American History along the way.