California is seeking to institute a new K-12 history and social science curriculum that is decidedly leftist and anti-America. If it is adopted, other districts across the nation could follow suit. Stanley Kurtz unpacks the worrisome curriculum for the National Review: On immigration, it is anti-assimilationist; on family and sexuality, it is radically anti-traditionalist; on terrorism, it tends to “blame America first;”

on the 1960s, it highlights and implicitly lauds the most radical “black, brown, red, and yellow power movements;” on politics, it paints a halo over progressives while perpetrating a hit job on conservatives; on economics, it elevates Keynesian liberalism and ignores everything else; on military history, it is silent or slyly antagonistic; on contemporary politics, it reads like an anti-globalization protest pamphlet. READ MORE