• The Louisiana Voucher School History Quiz

    Think you know American history? Not until you've been through a Louisiana school you don't, you tie-dyed, tree-hugging socialist.

    For proof, just see if you can answer these questions, based on a textbook they're using in Louisiana's taxpayer-funded voucher schools.

    1. During the 1960s, may young people turned to drugs and immoral lifestyles; these youths became known as hippies. Which of the following was characteristic of the hippies?

    A) They went without bathing.
    B) They wore dirty, ragged, unconventional clothing.
    C) They deliberately broke all codes of politeness or manners.
    D) All of the above.

    2. Rock music played an important part in the hippie movement and had great influence over the hippies. Why were rock musicians such a negative influence on American youth?

    A) Rock Musicians undermined classical music education.
    B) Many bands were European in origin.
    C) Many of the rock musicians hippies followed belonged to Eastern religious cults or practiced Satan worship.
    D) Listening to music caused hearing loss.


    According to America: Land I Love, a text used in some Louisiana voucher schools, the answers are D and C.

    Finally, a school that gets history right. Look out for next week's lesson, where the dangers of women's suffrage will be explored in full.

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    Tags: Education, History, Louisiana


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