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I just heard a snippet of an NPR report on this today, but apparently there's some controversy (go figure) over the fact that a Texas textbook has substituted the term "worker" for "slave." Oh by the way, the same textbook includes Moses among the founding fathers. I suppose he parted the Mississippi so the workers could tote that barge and lift that bale.
Bertold, yes, I read about that also. Here's a "Business Insider" article with a video of the mother whose son brought to her attention the issue of slavery in the textbook.
Texas mom accuses textbook company of erasing history with one word
Slaves are mentioned in a notation, a mere side note, in the "Immigrant" chapter of the textbook.
This revisionist history battle has been going on for years. Here's an article from the San Antonio Current which details more of the controversial teachings.
Anti-Confederacy Movement Rekindles Texas Textbook Controversy
During the Revolutionary War, wasn't it Moses who crossed the Delaware by parting the water?