I was most moved by the outright manipulatioin of how historical information is delivered or rather obscured. I was aware of most of the crazy crimes commited against various races with the exception of the gynecological experiments. Absolutely horrible! Most people I would bet are also unaware of these acts. The American Indian boarding schools and rehoming of children was something I never heard of until I had elected to take a college course during my undergrad when I studied sociology. I can not even wrap my head around how devastating it had to be to have ones children removed "for their own good" and that it was based on a squewed standard of what was "thought" to be the correct standard for EVERYONE. I worked with a fabulous surgeaon years ago Who aptly said, "there are many ways of doing the same thing right" meaning your idea may be right as well as anothers idea. 2+2=4 but so does 5-1 and 1+3...all perfect ways to get to 4 just different. Never should it be "My way or the highway"