33 QUESTIONS ABOUT AMERICAN HISTORY: You're Not Supposed to Ask | Thomas E. Woods, Three River Press, 306p.
Did the Founding Fathers Support Immigration? Did MLK oppose Affirmative Action? Did the Iroquois influence the U.S. Constitution? Did the Indians aid the Pilgrims' agricultural knowledge?
Like any cornucopia of topics, interest in the presented topics will vary. I was less interested in learning about native Americans' horrible ecological practices or how the Wild West was less violent than most cities today. I was intrigued by issues like Did the Founders support Jury Nullification (spoiler, they did). The New Deal was a failed Depression remedy or how States' Rights (the Kentucky Resolutions) helped fight slavery.
The Congressional War Powers Act chapter is a must for anyone concerned with destroying our Article I branch of government.
Woods does a great job documenting and footnoting his claims; his positions are well documented. For anyone interested in America's full history, this is a must-read.