This is the link to my review in Logos: a journal of modern society and culture. It also contains a lead article by the distinguished labour historian, Melvin Dubofsky. I aver the work is not untold history but censored and not communicated to the public. The American racist emperium has been revealed but there is value in reaching a wider audience through Showtime and a book co-authored by an esteemed movie director. In what is more of a review essay than book review, I also incorporate the oeuvre of Howard Zinn and Noam Chomsky in the contexts of revisionism, social history and challenging the Oliver Stone Kennedy-Vietnam myth.