Message from Deleted User in /leftypol/ International #english
@Krieg#0336 big oof
but then again, my latest history classes have been a lot better
for instance, my current history teacher is W O K E af
I don't think that makes the course inhereintly better, however.
he legit knows what Mutualism, Anarcho-Syndicalism, Marx's Labor Theory of Value etc. are. I have NEVER seen a history teacher talk about any of that. He's pretty fricking lit.
hell, he's the sponsor for my socialist club
so overall a pretty cool dude
but I still think he covers a lot in his US history classes
I sure learned a lot.
Interesting, it seems that more predictions are coming true.
what predictions did you have?
Oh I was referring to GLR's and the elder's of zion's predictions.
Anyways, I seriously doubt that you will still cover that much within US history, granted you will learn some more info, but not *that* much more, since like previous classes, you will have to cover around 400-200 years of history in less than a year.
well, as far as America is concerned it can cover a lot. obviously I won't learn shit about, say, South Africa or something.
But I learned about some pretty major Labor Unions within the mid-late 19th century up to the early 20th century.
That isn't really much to go off of....
I mean yhea, there were labour unions..... haven't they always existed since the early industrial revolution?
well obviously, I just didn't know that the AFL or the Knight of Labor were a thing.
Specifically those labor unions.
but I see your point nonetheless, the American education system is in desperate need for reform.
If not a comeplete overhaul.
I'm just saying that it's not 100% terrible, because sometimes you get a good class (like my AP US history class)
I like it.
Then again, I am in a super funded school.
either way, hope you have a nice evevning.
See you mate.
anyone in voice channels
bruddas or comrades?
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