Carol Kammen comments on the use of political correctness for historians and historical sites.

She says that being politically correct is not really the issue; fairness is.

Kammen suggests that historical sites should strive to make changes to their facilities or programs in order to be politically correct and thus, fair.

By regarding these changes as manifestations of political correctness, those who fight change are putting a negative spin on the democratization of opportunity that has occurred.

She concludes by saying it is only decent and appropriate to be inclusive in action, word, and history.