The Education and Research Institute (ERI) is a tax-exempt, educational organization devoted to advancing greater awareness and understanding of America's traditional values. Founded in 1974, ERI has been researching and publishing studies on public policy issues for more than 30 years.

The Education and Research Institute recently launched an American History Book Project, designed to tackle one of the most intractable problems in U.S. schools: standard history textbooks that are riddled with liberal bias. Just four of these texts are used in the overwhelming majority of American classrooms, and leave children with an education in "history" that often inculcates a view of events that leaves them nearly unrecognizable. This project will undertake the task of going through these books page by page, providing detailed critiques of their treatment of historical events by college professors of history. Soon, teachers, parents and students will able to learn in detail the shortcomings in the books they're being given in their classrooms.

The ERI Center for Security Research was created in 1988 to provide a collection point for historical data on the Cold War. A long and determined FOIA effort to win declassification of the FBI's Silvermaster File resulted in the release of many important historical documents.  ERI Founder M. Stanton Evans published two important books using data from the Center's research, Blacklisted by History: The Untold Story of Senator Joe McCarthy and His Fight Against America's Enemies, and Stalin's Secret Agents: The Subversion of Roosevelt's Government. ERI Board Member Allan Ryskind also made an important contribution with his book, Hollywood Traitors: Blacklisted Screenwriters - Agents of Stalin, Allies of Hitler.

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