It should also be mentioned that politicians invoking history and school books can often succumb to this trope as well, but which when and where is better discussed elsewhere, as is the question how deliberate these incarnations of this trope are.See also Popular History, Fair for Its Day, Videogame Historical Revisionism, Eternal Sexual Freedom, Aluminum Christmas Trees, We All Live in America, America Won World War II, Black Vikings, Historical Hero Upgrade, Historical Villain Upgrade, and Historical Villain Downgrade. Compare Fractured Fairy Tale, where this is usually Played for Laughs.Don’t be a thief—save your grade, use Bib Me™ and give credit to those who deserve it!The following is a list of webshites: really bad sources of information.
- The 1960’s were an era in the United States where new ideas were developing, and most specifically ideas pertaining to the civil rights movement and its expansion.Such is the burden of ensuring you don't live in an Echo chamber. Known for posting her rather boring and uninspiring videos as video responses to more popular videos (most of which have little to do with religion or politics at all) in a very thinly veiled attempt to leach off the popularity of the video's she's "responding" to.It all boils down to one thing though: in her mind, Europe needs to return to the days of being under a CATHOLIC STATE (in all caps, just as shown.), which she claims is not a theocracy , just that the Pope/Vatican would have the final say in "Moral Matters" (er, what do we call this again? Also suspected of using a sockpuppet account called Ms CATHOLICSTATE.Using other people’s research or ideas without giving them due credit is plagiarism.Since Bib Me™ makes it easy to create citations, build bibliographies and acknowledge other people’s work, there is no excuse to plagiarize.