Smithsonian Struggles With History

Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower speaks to paratroopers bound for Normandy.

hide captionGen. Dwight D. Eisenhower speaks to paratroopers bound for Normandy.

Museum of American History

The Museum of American History is presenting "The Price of Freedom," a controversial war exhibit that starts with the American Revolution and extends to present-day Iraq. But some historians — and members of the Smithsonian's advisory board — worry that the museum is telling only part of the story. NPR's Lynn Neary reports.

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