A refreshing discussion of the events and social issues which have had an influence on public school education in the US. A well researched novel about the transformation of our public schools from 1949-2021. From the outlawing of America's favorite first-grade reader, "The Story of Little Black Sambo", to the forced instruction of critical race theory. It exposes the malfeasance and chicanery endemic in our nation's public schools. A shocking account of how children are used like pawns on a chess board by unscrupulous officials in charge of our schools. Very anecdotal in many instances based on the author's personal experiences and observations. A must read for anybody who cares about our nation's youth and the direction of our educational system.