Matt Beat and Robert Marshall are two history teachers from Kansas and Oklahoma, respectively. In each episode, they look at past events and relate them to current events. They examine how history is currently repeating itself, how history is relevant today, and how history is constantly being revised.
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In which Matt and Robert analyze the use of the term "Indian" to describe indigenous peoples in both the United States and Canada, controversial mascots, a teacher who made a mistake trying to teacher kids about Islam, and finally, Donald Trump, now that Trump has stuck around for six months in the GOP presidential race. Why is Donald Trump compared to Adolf Hitler and other fascist leaders? Why is he seemingly so popular despite saying controversial things? Why is the establishment so afraid of him? Will people actually vote for him?. . .
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