Opinion | The National Archives took an Orwellian approach to history
Bias Score Calculation:
88% "We have a group of individuals, charged with preserving the nation's history via documents and other materials, caving to the bully president.""
-64% "So, here we had a display depicting a historical event that had been factually altered.""
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Contributing sentiments towards policy:89% : Regarding the Jan. 18 front-page article on the display image from the 2017 Women's March, "At National Archives, the blurring of history": The National Archives, in an exhibit celebrating the centennial of women voting, blurred out signs critical of President Trump and those using words to describe female anatomy from a photograph of the 2017 Women's March on Washington, held the day after the inauguration.
88% : We have a group of individuals, charged with preserving the nation's history via documents and other materials, caving to the bully president.
36% : So, here we had a display depicting a historical event that had been factually altered.