By Joseph Janes
- “Exaltation of Innana,” a Sumerian hymn composed c. 2300 BCE via the excessive priestess Enheduanna, most probably the 1st recognized author…of anything
- The “We Can Do It!” poster everyone is familiar with is Rosie the Riveter calling ladies to paintings within the factories in global battle II. other than it’s no longer, and he or she isn’t
- Joseph McCarthy’s “list” of Communists that ruined lives and careers, since it was once believed - although it by no means existed
- The “He has waged merciless war…” passage on slavery, deleted from the announcement of Independence
- The poorly designed Palm seashore County “butterfly ballot,” on which the 2000 U.S. presidential election could have hinged
- And the lesser-known tales in the back of the Zapruder movie, the Watergate tapes, the Obama delivery certificates, plane black packing containers, Thanksgiving, IQ checks, the Star-Spangled Banner, why americans spell the best way they do, Nobel Prizes, Wikipedia, and the way you’re cooking dinner tonight
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