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historians



  • Why Historians Are Like Tax Collectors

    by Matthew Gabriele

    Studying the past - and then, importantly, talking about it with an audience - is about revealing the mess behind the myth, the story behind what we think we know. 



  • What's Behind the Lamentations Over History?

    by James Grossman

    Max Boot’s questions imply change over time. But we can’t know why something has declined if we don’t know what conditions have changed.



  • Daniel Immerwahr Profiled by Chicago Tribune

    “How to Hide an Empire” builds towards a single, reality-scrambling concept: that the familiar map of the United States you know, sea to shining sea, Atlantic to Pacific, Canada to Mexico, is wrong.