There is a street between Evanston and Skokie, Illinois - it's called Crawford Avenue. Just to the south, in Chicago, it is renamed Pulaski Blvd. Pulaski was labeled as a terrorist by the Brits during the first American war of Independence. He helped teach American farmboys to kill Brit soldiers. Marion County is also the most common name for a county in the USA. Yet the British newspapers insisted as late as 2000, that the man it was named for was a terrorist. Most teachers in the US don't know or ignore these facts.
from the article: Let's play 'what if'