The 1620 Project is a rich collection of scholarly voices, gathered to refute the New York Times’ 1619 Project and provide broader pictures of American history. We are proud to feature these diverse voices in essays, podcasts, video interviews, and transcripts.
An essay from the New York Times makes a striking choice on which facts to include and which to leave aside for the purpose of constructing a new theory of capital. Hans Eicholz rebuts Matthew Desmond...
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The 1620 Project is an active and ongoing project of the National Association of Scholars. Our effors are broad in scope but narrow in purpose: to counter the false narratives and dishonest scholarship of activists with the truth of historical fact.