Visit to the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

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These pages discuss our recent visit to the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology - which thankfully calls itself the Penn Museum for short.

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Touring the Penn Museum, one thing is immediately obvious: it is stale. The exhibits on display are the same artifacts we have seen in the pages of archaeology-related books and journals which have been published now for fifty years or better. The only new exhibit, the Silk Road exhibit, was borrowed from China and it was abruptly terminated for evidently political reasons. Evidently, in Philadelphia all new money for museums and education seems to be going to the causes of jews, negroes, chinamen, and other assorted aliens, to the detriment of the people who actually built this great civilization. It is a destructive policy which must be reversed if civilization is to survive. See our commentary about Philthadelphia for more in that regard.