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America (4-Jul-2014)

Directors: Dinesh D'Souza; John Sullivan

Writers: Dinesh D'Souza; Bruce Schooley; John Sullivan

Keywords: Documentary

Dinesh D'Souza feature hypothesizes a world in which the United States lost the Revolutionary War.

ABSTRACT
Conservative provocateur Dinesh D'Souza loses the Revolutionary War for the purposes of a hypothetical in America, a political documentary focused on imagining a world in which the United States lost its war for independence from the United Kingdom and, thus, never existed. Viewers are treated to "alternate history" events including an altered Civil War and death of George Washington, each staged to frame D'Souza's contention that "there are people within America who want a world without America".

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Arthur C. Brooks
Author
21-May-1964   Gross National Happiness
Noam Chomsky
Linguist
7-Dec-1928   Linguist, dissident intellectual
Ward Churchill
Activist
2-Oct-1947   Compared WTC victims to Adolf Eichmann
Dinesh D'Souza
Author
25-Apr-1961   Conservative author
Alan Dershowitz
Attorney
1-Sep-1938   Lawyer, represented Klaus von Bulow
Michael Eric Dyson
Scholar
23-Oct-1958   Know What I Mean?
Niall Ferguson
Historian
18-Apr-1964   The House of Rothschild
Barack Obama
Head of State
4-Aug-1961   44th President of the United States
Rand Paul
Politician
7-Jan-1963   US Senator from Kentucky

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